Hey guys, here's the "share on twitter" button design.
All css version is coming soon :) let me know what you guys think.
update #1 Here's a link to CSS button http://www.v5ds.com/twitter-button/ zip with source is on it's way. There also might be few minor tweaks.
update #2 All set, fork this puppy on github now https://github.com/v5design/twitter-button-cover enjoy! :)
about 1 year ago
Very nice! Can't wait to see it in action ;)
Haha was wondering today when we see this sketch become real button :D
Looks awesome, but the lighting kinda confuses me. It seems that the left side of the blue Twitter thing is under the frame, but the right side is protruding from it.
Either way, can't wait for the CSS version :)
thanks guys :)
@Maxwell Barvian yeah it's a little tricky, but after many different options that looked the best... it's ment to lock up and cover the frame depth kinda, hehe...
basically the only time confusion happens is while animating and it happens so quick and smooth in reality u won't have time to be confused, lol ;)
Yea great concept, would be cool to see it implemented.
How are you going to make that bird in CSS???
That's awesome! Whant css version!
haha thanks guys!!! :D
@Alex Parker ⇢ ☁ ... it might have some extra markup or be the only image there... @Anton Korzhuk is working on making it happen :D
Omg. Jizzed in my pants... This turns me on! DAMNED!
Maybe the birdie should be horizontally aligned to the center? :)
@Maarten Dijk lol thanx :D
@jonathan olsen it is when it's in closed position... i guess i should have shown all 3 states.
@Przemysław Łobodziński thank you :)
Really nice depth. Clean and impressive.
Excellent job Eddie!
If you weren’t coding it, I would do it myself.
For the bird, you could use a typeface, like WebSymbols: http://www.justbenicestudio.com/studio/websymbols/
I used it on my Twitter button, perfectly: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/48552248/websites/demos/twitter_button/index.html
This came out very nice!
beautiful work, very sharp and vibrant!
Very cool and clean! Can't wait to see it in action!
@Alex Lupse , @Matt Gentile , @David Kovalev , @Nic Regis thank you guys :)
@Charles Treece she's coming it's way, will keep you guys posted!
@Alex Cican thanks so much for your offer and sharing the link... maybe I'll ask you something else in the process if you don't mind :)
Just brilliant as @Anand said!
Hot damn! Inspiring and innovative!
strange perspective! have to see it in action
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