When you pull down this is what you see. Just wait till you see the animations. :D
about 1 year ago
What if..I don't want to wait?
Nice but why don't you just choose the tapping on the refresh button instead of the pull to refresh gesture?
i'm waiting on the animation :D
@Guillaume Gaubert Why not both? Seems like a better interaction to me.
@Jeff Broderick Yeah, both is nice.
Dribbble should have auto like feature for these kind of designs...Absolutely killer!
Pull what to refresh ("down" I assume)? I'm not understanding the message completely—I'm sure it makes more sense in the full context though.
I think the standard "arrow down" icon for pulldown refresh should work much better. But since the icon has double functionality, it should imply that apart from clicking it, you can drag it... perhaps add 3 horizontal lines (grip) in the middle of the icon or under it?
Is the pull to refresh technique not established enough in iOS? I don't think you need an icon visible at all. Thinking facebook, twitter, instagram, etc. etc. Looks sharp though!
Gonna give you the same crap everyone gave me.
But you have to sing it:
Jeff... Why are you using a sync icon to represent refresh?"
I disagree with what everyone is saying about the refresh icon, I like it. Think Tweetbot. Nice work Jeff!
great job, but I agree with @Eric Hoffman, anyway I also told him :)
Diggin the speed fade thing
Can't wait to see the animation :)
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