Well, skeuomorphism is gone, now we are working in style iOS 7 :)
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P.S. it's a first attempt and of course this effect is needed to be elaborated
9 months ago
Looks really nice. I love the icons!
@Cuberto That is a shame, but nice work still.
Do you think this type of menu may be more unintuitive than the drawer style, as the visual feedback is so disconnected from the gesture?
Looks great. Love the icons.
I'll add a small vertical translation from left to right while fading the text and icons to improve the feedback. Give some context that your are pulling a drawer layer on the top.
But I agree with @Ven Jandhyala on the disconnection of the interaction.
Holly crap! I thought I was needing my glasses there for a second...
Really great exploration, and as for visual feedback as @Jean is talking about, I think if you start showing the text a bit sooner it will improve in that sense.
As for the gesture, it does seem a bit out of place - I think it could work better when tapping the device.
This is great! If you faded in the text a little slower it might give it a little more feeling.
@Ven Jandhyala spot on, using both effects somehow?
You do iOS7 style better than iOS7
Looks tremendously boring. Can't believe it's Cuberto's shot.
Awesome stuff. I think you've exposed some interesting idea here!
I'd love to see how this interaction is suited with a press and hold.
Obviously this is just my selfish desires with no consideration of what other interactions are needed on the screen :)
This is such a great exploration. Congrats on moving things forward. @cuberto What font is this?
Even though it is a bit disconnected from the gesture, this is still intuitive. Especially because you allow the user an easy way out with an "x" at the top left. Would the opposite gesture work here? A swipe from right to left to dismiss the "drawer"?
Sweett, got that blur going on :)
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