I can't say I agree with the UX being simple on this. NOW knowing what this is, I think it's even more difficult to follow. The iconography, the little slider elements, none of it has any labels at all... I have no idea what the majority of these elements do.
It's a big task to undertake a digital food menu system, but this is not successful in my eyes. Again, it looks really nice, but not usable by any means at the moment.
4 months ago
This is dope! Good job.
keep on kicking some - nice & unique!
@Cosmin Capitanu do you need the hands?
Anyone who thinks this is dope should be kicked off Dribbble.
Superb.... Awesome and very smooth.. Good work mate..
I love the design, but it is difficult to read the information being displayed due to the transparency.
Design experiments are not meant to be taken litteraly and dismissed from the begining. The main ideea in design is to try something new against all odds, therefore some risks will be involved. If this design inspires someone, the main goal is achieved.
So, great job @Cosmin Capitanu, this is truly in my top 3 favs :)
@Tiberiu Neamu Thanks dude ! :)
This would only work if all the world was blurry! Stop believing iOS 7 is the only answer...
Love the colour and the layout but as @Jason Krieger points out the overlay on top of the thumbs is a bit weird… otherwise perfect
Visually it's very attractive, as already mentioned though, it does not seem quite so functional.
Nice one, where did you get the hands from?
$7.50 mature cheddar
$15.00 green vegetables
What are these crazy prices!!
Very cool! :)
Love the glass effect mate, nice work
@Cosmin Capitanu Once again... If you have to "explain" what it is, what it is used for, and/or how to use it, your UX/UI design is missing the target... ;-)
Does look good! Indeed.
From a fundamental usability point of view however ...
1) What is the selected state style?
2) What can be clicked on?
Those two are blurred and therefore I'm not sure where "I am" vs. "where can I go".
Aside of that, the number of likes speak for themselves. :)
3 months ago
@Greg Campbell I have honestly never seen 117 likes on a comment
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