Just got finished worked on a selector for my new app. What do you think?
over 1 year ago
Awesome stuff! Very clever.
It remembers me the Path Menu :) But this idea is really beautiful :)
Looks nice Jeff, how does this work?
Video demonstration!! :D Looks fantastic.
Love the overall look and feel.
If I'd had to pick on something, perhaps it's hard to understand the difference between two flash icons, but this might just be from lack of context. Also the bottom icon might go unnoticed if covered by thumb.
Reminds me of the radial menu that Wacom's give you. Also in Sketchbook Pro.
I like it.
looks lovely, i think we're gonna start seeing alot of Path-like UI. this looks awesome
37 likes and 10 comments in 10 minutes. Only you Jeff
Nice work :)
Looks nice Jeff. Does it expand from a singular circle (ala Path)?
Thanks for the great feedback guys! The idea is similar to path, except you hold than select, never picking up your thumb. I think the swipe action is a bit smoother.
Awesome Jeff :-)
Nice idea, but as Kuldar said, you need to be very carful to make sure items aren't covered by the thumb :)
This is a very nice concept mate, loving the design cant wait to see it in action!
Is it a fixed location or does the menu show up wherever you hold your finger down?
Wow! That is awesome. I would love to play with that on my device
If it only opens when being pressed on i can see it being awkward for the user if they are not very use to it. Having to find the option they want whilst trying to look around their thumb or finger because they can't let go. (Mostly the bottom one, or they are a lefty)
Very nice otherwise.
Very nice :)
Love it.. where can I buy one? Now!
Fantastic, I expect we'll be seeing more of this kind of UI. Although like others mentioned holding down the thumb does cause problems with covering buttons thus the reason path made their UI touch.
Super nice man!
that is fully ridiculous. well well done.
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