Some more interactions for another web / tablet app.
There's other interesting stuff coming up soon, follow here and here for updates.
9 months ago
This is so next level... Looks like you had a lot of fun with this!
Very nice, you guys continue to amaze me
Getting cray once again. Keep killin it.
have your developers run for cover? haha. Sick design. Love the opening animation right down the middle!
im always impressed by your animation and flow quality, but i gotta say the "design part" in it feels a bit repetitive seeing some of your past work
Impressive.. ! As other people said, I'm just always amazed by the quality of your posts (really love your icons) !
You master your art and this digital experience is really great :)
Mother of God!
Looks so smooth! I always enjoy using apps, where you can feel that the team behind put a lot of effort into the interaction / experience as well as the visual part UI.
Ummmm, how is there enough time in the day for you to keep cranking these out?
Nice animations and transitions (as usual). So smooth.
This made my face melt.
I should get back to using After Effects soon..
definitely liking the ad space selection interaction. Great job!
You're on a row man! Really great work - from the transitions, to the flow, man that flow! It's amazing to see you showcasing it in just 10 to 12 seconds. Really cool!
Man dude. MAN.
This is stellar. Love those animations, so flawless. Nice work dude.
Is critique welcome here? :) Hope it is.
I assume this is a web app in the gif, touch screen app will loose quite a bit of stuff because there's no hover.
Animation is cool, but a bit too long. User will have to look at it every single time they tap a tile to read the content. It will slow down the interaction and could get frustrating.
Why the weird split, too? Why not zoom into a tile to read content (ios7-style) or turn tile over? Seems like theres a disconnect of where user taps and where he goes.
always killing it with these animated mocks.
Wooooow can feel te experience!!
wow! So nice! Great job!
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2014 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.