(Oops, meant to post as a rebound. Reposted.)
Have been revising this concept a little. Original concept was nice in theory but doesn't seem to be working as well as hoped in practice.
over 2 years ago
Liking the darker gray color scheme over the red. Not sure if the world map silhouette translates well when it's reduced to that size. Maybe a globe icon would be more obvious?
That's damn pretty. Though I did like the downward-pointing arrow in the previous version. That might still be appropriate here.
Would it be safe to assume the location field would house an auto-completer filter of some sort? Or is it a raw entry with submit? I wonder about how this would function. Pop-out forms get tricky with errors/success. Then again, this is just a shot and I'm likely over thinking it.
I definitely agree with Mark about the downward-pointing arrow. I think it would work very well here.
Very nice, maybe a darker bg on the drop to set it off from the bar under it or a shadow from the nav bar over the drop.
i like it, just one gripe: the direction of the inner shadow of the input field is not consistent with the direction of the background gradient (top to bottom.) Better just keep them all vertical imo.
@Mark Wyner: Really good point about pop-out forms being tricky if it doesn't yield good results. Thinking cap back on.
@David van Ballegooijen: Good eye.
I freaking love the map as the icon for the button. So original.
This looks sweet, I'm not diggin the gray as much as the red though. Agree with Mark on the interaction.
Awesome. Might I suggest simplifying the map a bit? Since it's so small and embossed, I think eliminating some detail might be more pleasing while still being recognizable.
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