Wait for it (It's heavy).... just experimenting with this UI element. I hope to find a way to use it someday.. What do you think?
Done with AE and PS CS6
8 months ago
Wow this is insane. UI artistry. Love your site too.
I always adore the smooth animations of your work, may I know what app you used to do it? :D
Looks amazing. Could become a light intensity control for a home automation system.
Cool animation :-)
lovely anim :)
@Bluroon After Effects & Photoshop are used for these kind of animations. You do the animation in After Effects and then convert the video file into a GIF
Would be a nice complement to an app interface for the Nest thermostat.
I imagine the rattling sound when it's rotating, it's great!
Not sure, if u can use it somwhere, cuz usually - its not so comfortable to use this instead of dimmer. In real life you can grab it using 2 fingers, but not on screen :) But who knows. I will not be surprised, if u will make smthn really cool with this :)
Anyways - this is super cool. Great shading, awesome animation.
Thanks for sharing! Your works are always interesting in any ways :)
This looks amazing. Actually using something that rotates on a touchscreen usually feels really awkward though. The Rewind feature on Paper is an example. It's usually easier to slide your finger up and down to rotate the element, unless someone can think of a better way.
Awesome as usual!
i like the animation. awesome
If you ever want to make this a reality, shoot me some psds and I can make it happen on an iPhone.
Lovely. Love the sharp details. Can imagine it as a loading screen for an app. and when the animation goes around the whole panel slides out to the right.
@Dash firstly - all of the phone animations look so hot. Congrats.
secondly - I'm a keen AE giffer myself, but i've been wondering what you do to get the animation at this perspective?
I create gifs by just importing the video file into photoshop and it saves them as individual frames right? Do you import the video file into the smart object? or are you creating a pre-comp in AE? I can't figure it out! Hook me up at firstname.lastname@example.org :) share all your secrets ;) hahaa
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