Cool idea ;) Love it!
almost 3 years ago
Oh, I LOVE this.
One minor note: Facebook is shaded to look like a button, Twitter isn't so much.
Looks great Brent! I'm curious, would the off state look more "off" if the icon were monochromatic or greyscale?
^ Agreed with Andrew i think a just way to unsaturated version will be nicer.
You are so the man, and I too agree ^ I think that the off could maybe look more off. Monochromatic is a great suggestion @Andrew.
Looks good man! I actually dig the subtle off state. Am I right to assume that there's a small change in tint? Sometimes these decisions are best made when testing on the device and outside of Photoshop.
@Andrew Mentioned that in the previous shot, but I'm trying to find a solution that avoids the buttons looking like they're disabled and feel like grayscale starts to lean that direction. Currently the off state has the buttons darker, and the on state has a subtle glow. I'm thinking maybe that difference just needs to be more pronounced.
@Nick Yes, the color difference is much more noticeable on the iPhone 4 screen.
Looks very interesting in my opinion. Great job.
Really nice solution. To make it more apparent you could introduce color to the states i.e. Green for on red for off. Maybe you've already tried this and it was too much?
I agree with the desaturated of the off buttons.
What's this for?
Looks good Brent, decided not to use Geomicons for this one?
@Tim, This is for a share/check-in view in our iPhone app – similar to what you get after checking in with Gowalla's app. Still experimenting with the colors on this guy, but the general concept is still there.
@Alex, Thanks! Geomicons don't fit in with the branding in the app, so stuck with the real logos for familiarity.
But which app?
@Tim, I work for LivingSocial. This isn't live in the current app, but coming in a future update.
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