Just trying some nav ideas...
Screens over 1280px will see title version as default, smaller ones the icon version. Plus you can always switch in between via hamburger.
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Update: this is not 2 different nav. Just showing expanded and collapsed versions of 1 nav idea.
about 1 month ago
Looking cool, only thing for responsiveness is remembering that hover is an extra tap (or doesn't work at all) on mobile devices, I guess.
What @Mariusz Ciesla said.
@Mariusz Ciesla well what you are saying is for touch devices. I shared desktop ver in here. On tablets, the hover tooltip would be disabled, you would use hamburger menu to expand title version as common use for touch devices. Thanks btw. /cc @Thomas Cys
@Oykun sure, I understand, just mentioning in case. :)
While hover version is pretty cool, i think you need to force people to learn what the icons means which is maybe not the best (extra step, extra time,..). So i would go with version one, but you can do some tricks like google does, which means that at some point, when people really know the UI, you just kill the labels and they still can easily go trough website as they did before ;) Btw nice color palette!
Looks very good Oykun. Clean and I like the different blue nuances. Menu hove looks great too.
I love your work on this entire UI @Oykun. Big big fan. As @Frantisek Kusovsky said above, the color palette is beautiful and makes for a very clear understanding.
I also, personally, feel that the tooltips are a great way to explain each icon.
Good old @Oykun :)
Very clean and fine tuned design. amazing!!!
Fantastic work on this software.
Waveapps does this http://waveapps.com and I kinda like it as I use it.
Love the styling on this, Oykun. Out of interest, you're designing on a Retina display, right? And if so, what app are you using? Illustrator CC or Photoshop CC?
So clean. Looks great!
18 days ago
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