Here is a quick shot of a web app navigation UI I'm working on.
The full shot is here you can see the different states. It's in @2x as well.
I'm really happy with the colours I've used and how clean it came out, I'd love to hear some of your thoughts.
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2 months ago
Could be cleaner with a bit less embellishment & lighter lines, but overall pretty nice. Wish the screenshot wasn't in @2x.
@Oscar Waczynski Thanks for the input, I'll keep that in mind when I revise this.
Really nice colour choices mate, my only input could be there's no indication that Backlinks has a submenu (unless they all do).
Nice UI. Very nice. Navigation looks elegant and stylish :-)
I like it dude
monster work ! love it
Looks great man.
This is interesting. Clever way to enhance navigation awareness by using a timeline-like system. Well done.
@Michael Mellor thanks for the input, it's only that one that has additional actions, I never even thought about making it obvious, I'll have a think about adding it in, not sure if it's needed given the context the menu will be used in
Thanks for the comments everyone
Looks really nice! I love the two color icons and line path. I think you could remove the green left-border selected marker. It's a bit distracting/overpowering and the UI will work without it.
@Dustin Tanner Thanks for your thoughts, I'm not sure if I agree with removing it, I think it could be toned down so it's not as distracting ( I personally don't find it is) But I do get what you mean.
I agree that the UI works with out it, but there is something about it that I really like.
Really enjoy the navigational process. good work!
I also agree that there needs to be some affordance for submenu items that have children.
What if the "open" tile had the same lighter background treatment of the "on" state?
Ditch bevel on the green vertical line. And the hand looks a bit like... i won't say what. :)
@Ryan McLaughlin I could explore that option, but I have a feeling it wont turn out well and will just complicate things.
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