Okay, so the slider for the previous version was bugging me. Our amazing iOS Dev, @BrentDJensen, was up to the challenge, I thought the design was lacking, and the interaction was sub-par.
It would default to "I'm OK" and change larger emoticon when a new face is selected by tapping or sliding.
over 1 year ago
that smiley makes me happy! good job lagoon!
I love the QQ face. Well done as always sir!
@ Sara, I can't take credit for the emoticons. Just using what we currently use on our communities. Just finally getting the chance to make them larger to show the details. Thanks!
The detailing on that pop-over thing is really nice.
Thats awesome! Can't wait!!!
The photography is looking as gorgeous as the design. Your skills to thank for both?
@Garrett Claro que sí. But no need to thank me. Rather, thank you.
Very nice, good job sir!
Really nice. Love the interaction. I think 'Cancel' text is 1px too high — or could be the gradient playing tricks on me.
It's a little weird the scale is from happy to sad though.
Makes sense reading path wise to encourage users to have a more positive outlook, but logically, in context to other sliders, is a little difficult.
@Jayden I'm not sure I follow… you mean to not have a slider? Or to reverse the order? Can you explain?
I think Jayden meant the same thing I came here to comment about - the scale does indeed look "reversed". Usually positive things are "up and to the right" - it has an unconscious psychological impact. You should definitely consider reversing the scale.
Will do. Great feedback. Thanks!
Yep. Fred is spot on.
Crap, just realized I forgot to add the slider nob instead of the small smiley face. It felt awkward to pres on faces, so we might use standard UI instead. i.e. http://udrbly.us/AXkB
I agree with Fred and Jayden, from left to right, happy to sad look more 'natural', strange but otherswise it seems wrong...
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