You don't want to accidentally tap on submit order on your multi thousand dollar shopping cart. Check out the full-size for crisp details.
Feedback is appreciated as always. And check out the rest of the project to get a better scope of the general look and feel.
over 2 years ago
Rad idea, great thinking!
Better yet: "Slide for submit prompt" and then hit "Go"
Excellent idea! I'm not sure about that shade of orange though, it's a bit dull :)
Nice! Great subtle textures btw.
awesome UI dude. looks really incredible
"Slide to submit order" genius!
Thanks for the love guys.
@Robbie I know the orange is a big dull, unfortunately gotta stick with the company colors. I've already been pushing the company style in a different direction with this app a little bit, so I don't want to mess with the color palette. :)
@Sascha I like the idea actually, but do you think that will be too many steps? One Kings Lane is a flash-sale website, so once you add an item in your cart, it expires in 10 mins, and the whole idea is to buy the product right away before it runs out of stock. I usually hate to be conservative, but I think even adding the slider is slowing down the main action, thoughts?
Nicely done! I think this is really starting to come along. The slider is a good compromise, it prevents accidental purchases, but is still relatively quick. I think it works!
I'm not digging the pinstripe on the TabBar and NavBar. I think you could get rid of those and this would look way cleaner.
@Kerem: alternatively you could use a slide and hold (3,2,1) sent functionality, maybe? :)
This is a great idea, except what I would do is put the slide control inside the scroll view at the bottom, after all the order information. That way, the user has to at least see what they're ordering before swiping, otherwise they might get into the habit of just swiping without looking.
Don't mind if I jack the convention for something I'm working on, right? ; ).
Just got the patent approved, sorry.
(j/k) jack it away. :)
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