Looks cool just make the numbers smaller, and the buttons on the left hmm if you could place the txt closer to the icon make it a whole, then place the icon and txt at the center it will look better when clicked cuz of that indicator, because now it's pointing at nothing sorta.
Hope that helps!
about 2 years ago
I'd make the lines in the history icon a bit thinner. And also play with the opacity of the current item in the breadcrumb list up top.
Other than that, good job!
Looking real good...
Looks nice and clean but I really, really wouldn't go for the Brichter-sidebar...
I love your work, but please, please forget about Tweetie-like sidebar/navigation-bar.
Please, no more Brichter-sidebar…
@Pedja @ TJ Thanks for the constructive feedbacks. Very helpfull!
@Chrispher @Louka @Damien Client requirement, you know how freelancing is I guess. For the record with TwUI available you better prepare to see more of them :)
The sidebar is just awful, twitter really fucks mac ui ...
@Daniel & whomever else advocating the abandon of the Brichter-sidebar, I would suggest arguing from a usability perspective versus a preference-based perspective or there is no argument but your own subjectivity.
As responsible designers, we must identify the problems with these implementations from the perspective of the user & of course, resolve a better solution as the designer.
The very nature of forming an argument against an implementation helps identify the integrity of your argument & the origin of your dissatisfaction.
@Jean-Marc Nice work.
Nice UI and oh-so-nice frakkin' list.
@Dalton Woods: well, there's already the objective argument that such sidebar are quite rare and thus might confuse users.
The fact that Twitter already modified significantly its desktop app and announced that it will modify it again doesn't bode well for its usability. But again, it depends on the targeted user segment, the task being performed, etc.
Nice and clean!
@Dalton, for what it's worth, personal preferences aside my suggestion was from a usability point of view rather than a visual one. Maybe I should have elaborated further on my comment why or what alternatives I would suggest using, but as JM pointed out to me, that was a requirement in his design brief.
I like it, but I agree on making the numbers smaller.
Also, do the tasks need a hover state? Most lists in OS X do not have one.
@Bogdan Thanks, people suggested it before so I'll definitely try smaller numbers. Regarding the hover state, Safari bookmarks has one but usability tests will tell.
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter