Got some inspiration from Sam Jones shot, but decided to give it another look and user experience.
Wouldn't it be awesome to start using sliders instead of yes/no buttons? Just a thought, but if Apple actually implemented it into OS X with multitouch gestures, it would be pretty awesome don't you think?
over 1 year ago
The look is great. But why having to choose between yes and no? You are adding some cognitive task to something that can be really simple. Just slide to turn off or click away to hide the dialog would be much simpler. (like on the iPhone)
Any idea how this would work with a keyboard? I suppose you could use the arrow keys, but the Enter key is not longer relevant here :(
@Luca you are right, been working on the same UI but used your ideas, I hope it will be even better when I'm done.
@Tait, If I were programming something like this I would use Enter to accept the popup and Esc to close it.
by Victor Ingman
Simple, clean, swipe with two fingers to remove it, or so to say, cancel it.
This idea is based on all those popup windows that is used when either installing a program or getting a notification that you've got a meeting.
Instead of clicking you'll be sliding them away in less than a second.
Feedback is appreciated!
over 1 year ago
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