Can't say much about this other than saying the primary interaction involves turning wheels.
over 1 year ago
Wow! Very cool! :))))
Shouldn't the on/off slider be at the other end? Now, it's turned off, but the text says 'on'.
@Harm van Egmond
In this shot the button is meant to be turned on. It's similar to the native iOS switch, but on and off are in reversed positions.
very good Andrew !
Great! Very realistic!
This is a very nice carousel wheel, very interesting direction multi-level concept. I think it will be interesting to see active and in-active ux structure for the scale of nested toggle options.
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