A contextual menu of sorts....
The usual self-promotion:
Follow along 'till this beast launches :)
about 1 year ago
@Andrey S. Rodrigues Thank you!
I love this! But I actually wonder if the icons were flat and monochrome and having the style and color happen on rollover :)
@Lukas Bugla thanks!
@Bryan Le Thanks man & great feedback. I like that idea, just wondering how to implement for touch.... I worry that fat fingers would just cover the icons.
Edit: Just noticed Andrey said the same thing, in which case I'll just say +1..
The warm palette is nice.
Gives me a cozy feeling, I think @Bryan Le 's monochrome idea could be an alternative to balance the color of the icons.
Loving so much about this, espcially the concentric circles on the top icon in the menu bar.
My thoughts are actually that the icons themselves don't feel like they are from the same family? They all look amazing of course, but for example, your pin icon in the menu bar doesn't match the much large one in the drop down... and the curves of "I was here" don't match the sharp edges of the "Favorites" heart... If it was up to me, I'd use that amazingly perfect icon in the menu bar as reference for the visual language you use for the rest, since it just has so many perfect things about it!
@Anthony Dines thanks buddy, as always.... great feedback!
If it's modal, how is it closed?
Cute little pointer!
Damn, great work
Great work! I love the stitching. I almost wonder if you need the texture on the icons at all. It adds some nice details, but might get a little too noisy.
Really great job!
very well executed I liked the texture used here :) great work as always
still excellent Ben !
@Alex Pankratov Good catch. Technically, it's a Popover so whenever you tap off of it anywhere... it should close :)
@Andreas Ubbe Dall @Ryan Ford @Alex Boamfa @Philipp Datz @Miika Fabritius @Jesper van Haaren @irwingb @Musketon @Cody Moiseve @Paresh Khatri @Etienne Ledemay - thanks everyone!
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