I've been in charge of design for the Dropbox Mac and Windows apps since I started in December. I'm currently sweating the details on a quota UI that customers have requested. The line between subtle and useless is thin.
6 months ago
Very nice! Dropbox has to have drag & drop option, just like cloudapp, it would be really awesome feature.
This definitely a little feature I want easier access to, so I don’t think it’s useless — quite the opposite! Clicking the gears icon is a bit annoying for repeated tasks. Are you creating putting a similar control for Pause Syncing too?
Nice! Nothing to say really, I wish I could see it in 2x.
Cool, would love to see selective sync in there.
Congrats I didn't know you'd switched from Rdio. Looks really good!
@Ramy Majouji Yep, a pause/resume interaction will be making its way in very soon. :)
Great work! I really enjoy the new features on the status bar icon.
WOW this GIF is shapooowwww awesome! Make it 2X so we can say; aw yeah.
i dont know why you would want to hide it. couldnt it be just above the bottom status area. even a blue bar that subtly shows your percent full.
The dropbox folder and dropbox.com links at the top look more like nav for the list items below rather than external link buttons.
Since it's a temporary construct shown on hover, why not expand the icon the the? Fade out "Up to date", stretch out the icon the left (minus a space for the text) turning it into a bar graph, fade in "58% of 3GB used". Hover off: reverse the sequence.
Cool interaction! Does the icon get color, say red, as you approach your limit?
Again, i'd vote "yes"!
I kinda miss having "close dropbox" at hand :P
5 months ago
It's a nice interaction, but wouldn't it be better just to have the text 58% of 4GB there instead? Is this interaction needed when the data being given back to the user can pretty much fit where the icon is? What is the added value of a hover over?
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