A UI idea to reveal more details on hover.
over 1 year ago
Cool idea! Beautiful execution.
There's something weird about the perspective of the text on that flipping thing.
And the drop shadow on the avatar's a little too much.
But I do love that concept. Nice, nonetheless!
The link can have some more contrast, it's very close to the grey you are using.
Very good idea.
Interesting concept, I like it. However, 'hover' actions are mostly second order of priority now if you are really looking to design universally accessible interfaces. Touch interfaces don't lend themselves very well to 'hover' actions.
The reason I say that is because your concept reminds me of Flipboard (ipad/iphone) & I wonder if there's something that could be tweaked here.
I love it!
Looks great! maybe the perspective is a bit wrong but still looks great
Nice! It's cool~
Clean, but I would see the avatar with less shadow since it is attached to the paper with the clip.
I love the paperclip. Beautifully executed.
by Ryan McLaughlin
Tried reproducing a similar hover effect in CSS of Pranav's HoverBoard shot. Though, not the most practical way of displaying content, it sure is fun.
Webkit only: http://jsfiddle.net/mackry/BsjrG/
over 1 year ago
Very cool, both the shot and the idea.
It's a UX idea too :)
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