Took me ages to get it right. What do you think?
almost 2 years ago
Really love the boldness of that heart!
Everything feels right, but there's something 'missing' on the progress bar.
Lovely, only things are that the next/previous buttons are a bit to small, and the time bar is a bit to thick, the heart feels too small too ;P
It looks lovely, though personally I'd like more space between the skip/pauses, because theres no visible hitbox I imagine I'd have to be careful when clicking.
I feel the heart could be a bit lighter, compared to the progress bar? Looks great though :)
Agree on Marcus. The controls are too small to make me a happy clappy user
The heart should be on the left side. It seems more natural. :)
its just in the way. It feels pushy.
I like this! Maybe make those play/next/previous buttons like in iTunes with round border.
Slick work Jonno! But I feel that the shadow casted by the progress bar should be like that of the love as they both are made up of the same material :)
Very nice. Simple and elegant.
Nice, very clean, Jonno.
I might feel this way because of the lack of context, but you can do better work than this.
I would say this is just enough, simple and elegant. Love!
by Charles Riccardi
I think something similar to this feels a bit better. With the standard being that the controls are normally located on the left hand side of the progress bar.
almost 2 years ago
I think you should have a darker stroke at the top of the page.
Dig the Repositioning from Charles, but I think the white space in the original is better. Can't stop staring at that heart. it is so perfect.
Neat, sharp and sexy ;)
its good jonno. i think heart should be positioned all the way on right side. i aslo agree with what @Marcus Lindgren said
by Matthew Martin
Just because :)
It's clean! Not enough interfaces take advantage of white space.
Please make the progress bar green like Alex baldwins original design. I love the green on black theme :)
by Yaroslav Patrikeev
What if we combine play/pause with progress bar?
over 1 year ago
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