Super duper stoked on these nav buttons. They're simplistic shapes that become more illustrative, then adhere to buttony UI goodness by pressing in on :active.
Have you seen this anywhere else?
over 1 year ago
This is great Morgan, when will the new G+ roll out?
Absolutely loving these!
Can't wait to see it in action :)
They're perfect for G+
like a baws! looking slick man.
I love them all except for the fact that you needed to change the silhouette version of the house icon! my ocd is going nuts!
The new design is awesome - it's so much cleaner and more intuitive. I know there are people complaining about it (haters gonna hate, right?), but I think it's a great improvement and I'm sure I'm not the only one!
Nicely done - look forward to seeing these in the wild.
Nice work adapting to Google's style while hanging on to your own.
The best thing I love about the new G+ interface!
Super great job, Morgan
The 3rd house seems blurry (I know it isn't), also the photo and user icons need to be a lil' more flat to fit the visual identity of Google. I really dig this style though! ;)
These look awesome, great work!
Great UI! :D
I love the character in the talk bubble's tip.
Nice dude... they look sweet.
Super slick, I love the burst of color for :hover. The only critique is that the bubble tips are different angles/shapes, which seems odd. Otherwise, all those icons do awesome at a small size, very clear to me what they are.
best part: the "more" icon's animation while dragging. amazing work.
Loving these, looking at them makes me feel happy! :)
Those left-nav buttons are my favorite detail of the redesign. Perfectly crisp. Great work!
I'm actually not a huge fan of the redesign (feels pretty overwhelming to me), but these are oh so pretty :)
Also, I don't want to say this is kind of ruining it for me, but this is kind of ruining it for me.
Good work @Morgan
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