A glimpse of some UI I am working on.
over 1 year ago
@Corey Haggard Looks very nice man
This is awesome -- I would make the currently selected face a different color than the others -- perhaps correspond it to the gauge colors.. that would really bring it out.
Like this a lot. Nice work Corey.
Wow dude! This is great! Love the emotion icons.
Thanks @Hunter Hastings I appreciate it bro!!
Great job Corey. Your UI work is always top notch.
Wow, what app is this for? I've thought about building something similar to judge the sentiment of those you follow (and Facebook friends) and to block out negative posts from friends, or warn you about someone who is being overly negative.
I like the happiness thing!
Like the face expressions :) love it
This looks really great! Any thoughts on how you'll implement it?
I think this looks great, but to me the meter is backwards. The way it’s formatted, you start with a baseline of being furious. I think most people start off calm and through any given situation, they get more frustrated. The same way a speedometer starts at zero, it makes more sense to start at pleased and move towards pissed off.
@John Williams awesome feedback bro, thanks so much. In this case, the gauge will function similar to that of a fuel gauge in a car. When a listener has great sentiment, the gauge will indicate a "full" state. When a listener has horrible sentiment, the gauge would indicate and "empty" state, and the user would probably want to adjust either the listener settings or remove it all together.
@Corey Haggard Great stuff man! ++
Nice work Corey!
Thanks Shaun! When are we going to collab on some stuff? :P
about 1 year ago
i like the curve above "your overall ..." its different
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