This is a more out there piece from my next user interface set, yeah I know its all pointless I only need one runner! just wanted to try something new.
over 1 year ago
This is all very confusing.
@victor its just a slider but on two rails with the display in between the sliders. But I get what your saying but that's kinda the whole point if my goal was making it simple I would have uploaded something you'd seen a million times before.
i think it might look better/less confusing if u just keep one rail, the knob on top of that, and the light indicators on the bottom or top, but just one rail, cause it doesnt make too much sense having 2 rails for 1 slider, it would make more sense if the knob was taller, like double of its actual height.
the shading looks very cute btw :)
I don't think anyone understands my idea. Just experimenting really get a bit sick of doing the same all stuff!
I really like this,it's something completely different from what you can see out there.
Also I believe that sometimes it's good to "hack" the standard UI element and think outside of the box....
Just with proper testing you can see what's performing better.
Would be even nicer if you try to make more obvious the link between the scroller and the two rails...
(perhaps some tiny metal elements?)
If I had the skills or time I would rebound this with an even crazier UI element. This is the beginning of a new movement; UI art :) Not meant for UX based goals!
Norm, I think it looks kick ass! Props for trying something new!
@Gilberto and @Lennart Finally someone gets it!! Sometimes its cool to just design and see what happens!
I would enjoy a poster with some crazy UI experiments, and who knows, maybe even some great UX ideas spawn from those experiments!
Very nice, I love "different"
The look and details are awesome. I think I understand what some are saying here. It's cool to have two 'slots'/rails but if the knob isn't attached to those two slots/rails (or seemingly aren't sliding in the slots). Making the white square knob just a bit bigger would make it seem like it's hooked onto the rails I think. I do love you're out the box thinking btw!
@Yummygum the rails are just slits cut into the background the sliding part is meant to be fixed the the center piece, the top and bottom of the sliding button overlap the center part and meet again behind. Its a bit out there I know but think of a threaded wooden bead on a poll thats the idea behind how the slider moves.
pretty cool! great work.
@Norm hmm okay
Love the look of this. As a few people have said, have you tried scaling the height of the button so it covers both slits (maybe even goes beyond them a little)? If this were a physical product, that's what I would expect. Really nice idea though!
so cleannn! Like everything you do! I love your treatment on such white surfaces!
I like the fact that this is against the norm... beautiful gradients, clean lines, love the green you've used too...
about 1 year ago
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