I have been updating some of the UIs for an upcoming app designed by me and engineered by the clever people at ShinyFrog. This is just an experimental view I wanted to share :)
over 2 years ago
Interesting! I can only assume it means you're doing something radical with the menubar and window name area.
hmm, thats really interesting, I am not sure if there might be too much grey bar at the top if you know what I mean. but I can't see the whole image, so maybe not. either way its very interesting
I'm still not 100% sure about it. Would like to see how the full window looks like. But cool idea nonetheless.
The toolbar needs some work, there needs to be quite a few buttons but not too sure if that space can be justified yet :)
This is very interesting indeed. The effect of that one little radius corner is insane. I can't tell if its above or below. Honestly not sure if its natural but its certainly having a unique effect on my perspective.
For now its a like :)
i'm liking it, the only thing is that i'd prefer a smaller corner radius.
really nice, I think the reason the corner radius seems odd is that there are no other items with the same.
Maybe matching it to the buttons above and the number badges a la: http://cl.ly/9OsN
I'm interested in seeing how this works out when the sidebar is collapsed.
Apple should hire you.
by Matthew Sanders
Really dig this concept! I added some details to your original.
1. Corner Radius
2. Line border color on black, blue and highlights.
3. Underline border darkened on the blue selected state of the panel.
4. 1 pixel drop shadow added to indent the top of the panel from the window controls.
over 2 years ago
I have been working on something similar in interface builder. It does seem like an evolutionary approach to the top of the sidebar.
Fabio you're curve radius is a little much, try just 5 or 7 pixels it will look tighter.
Very nice work. I love the polish!
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