Currently working on news apps for Reuters.
about 1 year ago
Simple UX with a primary focus on the content. The way it should be.
What's the solution to the overflow of content at the bottom by the navigation?
I really like this so far. I'm thinking exactly what Daryl said. Nice work.
Nice work Alex, very clean. Love the paper airplane! Email or Share the article I presume?
@Daryl Ginn A cut in the paper like so.. http://cl.ly/Gead
Really though these menu bars would only show when you tap the article. You'll see later, this is all I've got for now.
Absolutely love it.
@Michael Thies ✌ Share! Which would include emailing too.
This looks fantastic! Although, I am concerned with the justified text; I can see rivers appearing, even with minimal content on the screen.
@Joshua Hibbert True, but as soon as you go back to left alignment the jagged edges will give you nightmares.
@Alex Penny Agreed. I am not an app developer so I'm not entirely sure, but there must be a way to auto-hyphenate text?
Sublime. Looks very readable and gets all the distractions away. Great work!
I have always been wondering who's designing @ Reuter! Love this simple design! Nice solution with the "paper-cut-look"! Did you also work on the website?
I'm working on something similar. This is a really beautiful solution.
Yes, yes yes! But the fonts? No, no no.
Perfectly simple, done it completely the right way.
Awesome! Really simple and I like it so much!
@CJ Melegrito Licensing
@Alex Penny, so simple. It's amazing.
It's difficult to performantly reflow text dynamically with a slider. There's good reason that most don't size controls are buttons for larger and smaller. Just for your information!
@Louie Mantia I don't like how the button resize is so choppy. I could build you a smooth one with webkit, but I have no clue about iOS.
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