about 1 month ago
This looks nice but I have no idea what is happening on these screens! Any explanation?
@Dan Cowley Users are Photo Streaming with some overlayed action menus triggerd by gestures. 3 Screens : Left is only the Gallery, Middle and Right bring up the Actions and / or Rail (colour variation).
Graphically it's very sharp but as others have said it's not particularly obvious what's going on? How would the side menu cope with longer names?
Nice concept bro!
lovely! but i'm bit confuse that what is happening and also green shadow isn't looking nice at bottom :)
@Cosmin Capitanu It makes sense now that you explained it, I'm sure the concept is clear when live, however, it would be nice if you created a more simplistic presentation and title each layer.
I think it is nice concept. I don't see it as confusing - the only thing which could make it confusing is the contrast between photo stream and menu (it is merging), nothing else. I like that gradient under top buttons.
nice as usual!
Is this mid interaction? I am confused as to what is going on here. Other than that it looks nice.
Beautiful, is that Proxima?
The UI looks great.. but I´m not sure about UX
@Dan Cowley That is what I said :-)
Now ain't that some futuristic goodness! Really nice work bro. :)
However, I do agree with @Daniel Losant though about UX...
Without looking the name, i knew it was you, awesome visual as usual !
That's true we don't really understand what is the design about at the first sight.
@Cosmin Capitanu this is super hot! I laaav it
Names below Michael are out of alignment.
My biggest issue, apart from some that are mentioned above, why in a photo stream would the photo take up so little real-estate?
As @Daniel Losant says, more work is needed on the UX side of things, of course your UI skills are great.
Aesthetically it's slick, but what is it and how does it work? What does it do?
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