Posting a different solution for create navigation.
I saw that Tumblr in their recent iOS 7 makeover did a new layout for this navigation and I like it a lot. However, they also removed all shadows from the VD perspective and to be honest I kinda miss it.
5 months ago
I would personally remove the text next to the close button because now it looks like it's part of the options. Other than that I love what you're doing with this Tumblr redesign, keep rocking.
@Davey Heuser Thanks man. To be honest, I consider close as part of the options, because after looking through all actions, you have to implement close as part of the list too. That's one side of the user story. The other one is that you could tap anywhere on the screen, as long as the tappable area are not those buttons, and you'll close the vertical navigation. Good feedback bro! Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
Hey Aleksander, looks great man! But I'm with Davey on the close button. Think it would be better to remove the text and put it in the center of the screen :)
Not sure I get what you mean with "because after looking through all actions, you have to implement close as part of the list too. " though.
@Rick Waalders I mean like considering closing as an important action too. That's the reason why I implemented that way. But now when I think about it from a different perspective, probably the centred navigation is the best solution. Or the one Tumblr actually implemented in their latest update.
Finally receiving some feedback, thank you guys! :)
I'd replace "Hi!" with a chat bubble instead. It sticks out a bit and there's already a good metaphor for "chatting" so that's not even an issue.
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