Cant really show much more than this. Probably already revealing too much.
about 2 years ago
I want to preemptively thank you for designing a well-thought-out app for a service I use daily.
That looks great Eric!
Sexy dawg (the bottom one).
How it works? Pulling down the content, the switch does the same and updates it or just pulling down the switch? :)
Guess: instagram and dribbble client.
Why your interfaces are sooo crazy??
Great work man, Bravo!!
Dunno about dribbble client, but Instagram...? That top left rainbow house doesn't lie! ;)
It looks awesome. However, I don't know if this is a very good bit of UX. Usually with something like this (especially iPad) you'd be able to tap and pull anywhere on the page and it'd pull to refresh. Limiting the space to this small area could be a problem.
great job, loved the slider following the idea of @Rogie - http://dribbble.com/shots/439050-Idea?list=following - but I agree with @James ✌ about the UX
i just realized that by far there isn't anything you design that i don't like. fact : )
Very nice work...I agree with some points @James ✌ said said as well =]
Looking yummy!!...I'm not against the UX of the toggle...for desktop, maybe. For iOS, no....once upon a time, apps did refresh prior to pulling down:)
@Shaun Moynihan @James ✌ @Andrey S. Rodrigues thanks for the feedback, guys! I think once you see this live you might change your mind. I considered heavily how this interaction will work. Especially given how this app works. This feature is to enable refresh from anywhere in your stream of content. much like a refresh button in the nav bar UI, but this is something different.
Bare with me :)
Oh hey! Look! My PEZ dispensers!
Looking nice, man.
This is pretty awesome. Really like the layout and composition.
I really like a lot of it eric, but the heart and comment seem a bit to large. Overall I like that the pull to refresh is being challenged, I dig the nav, and overall it seems very balanced with textures. Now I gotta go download this and see its current status.
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