The further ahead someone wants to move through a set of paginated content, the bigger the jumps they generally want to take. This pagination set uses the fibonacci sequence (also known as the golden ratio) to cater to this paradigm.
If pagefinding is already a two-step process (jumping far ahead and then refining the location with "previous" and "next" elements), the tool can be designed to fit the actual behavior.
4 months ago
very nice and clean, great job!
Wow! Great idea using Fibonacci!
oh yes, i like this
This is a really cool concept!
clean indeed. But the minus and plus almost make it look like you are controlling your volume. Why not arrows pointing left and right? Don't get me wrong, everyone would understand how to use this, nevertheless.
Nice and clean.
But, why Fibonacci? Is that a proper pagination method?
This seems to be quite clever approach. Needs user tests, but I like the idea quite a lot.
Nice to see something a bit different.
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