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Had to blur some stuff out to keep the secret. We're all about the partial modal with this thing. Not saying it hasn't been done before (although I've haven't seen it other than iOS's default modal button menu), but it happens a lot in this project. We think it provides better context than the traditional contextual back button in certain cases.... (being able to see the screen's title bar behind it)
***** Edit ***** We wrote a simple custom Tweener in Obj-C so that the push back animation will have just a subtle touch of 3-D flare when animating. We also wrote the Tweener so we're not limited to the default Obj-C easing equations throughout. We did this so we would have access to the classic Robert Penner easing equations within this app.
The switch will eventually say the traditional "On / Off"
Launching soon.... :)
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Follow along 'till this beast launches :)
about 1 year ago
Inspirational. Great work.
@Avinash Tripathi @Jarad Johnson thanks a bunch guys :)
I have nothing to say to you!! :) Beyond agree that modals within iOS apps provide a ton more context in regards to the back button.
@Anthony Dines thanks dude! And these modals won't be just any modals, you'll see ;) Partial modal FTW. Sounds stupid, but proving to actually be awesome.
That geo-location button is nice. I want to slide it!
Love the shadows under the slider and button. Very soft!
@Austin Knight @Adam Safar @Tanveer Junayed thanks dudes :)
Great shadows, looks very realistic.
Great piece of work here!
Woah, this looks great! Love your work!
Looks very nice... one thing bugs me tho. The outline on the filter pins seems out of place. Could be because it is quite a bit darker than the location toggle. Might be better if the two had the same outline... just a thought ;)
Amazing! Great work.
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) "Partial modals"... wtf are you talking about?! I AM INTRIGUED! TELL ME MORE! :)
The sliders are just awesome. Very inspirational!
@Álvaro Castaño @Adam Amran @Lukas Bugla @Frederik Samuel @Marc Kuipert @Kevin Eichhorn @Andrey S. Rodrigues - thanks guys!
@Justin Roberts Agreed, I'll look it into changing that up, great feedback, thanks!
@Anthony Dines - it's a modal, it just doesn't cover up the entire screen so you have context with the screen below. The execution is different than other modals on iOS apps as far as animation is concerned. You'll have to check it out when it's in the Store ;)
super sexy, ben.
Stunning work!! Love it!
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) ah yes, thats the vibe I got from the screenshot above... am I seeing it correctly that the previous page shrinks down and stays centered and anchored at the top? Love that, has a nice Time Machine UI feel without getting too outta hand. DINES APPROVED!!
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