Simple music player version of Rdio.
Top left button is for a new type of grid menu.
Credits to: Daniel Bruce (Entypo) & Thom (Background)
What do you think about it?
almost 2 years ago
Where the cookies at? Nice work!
@Lewis Braid & @Nathan Walker ✎✎✎ Time someone invented a cookie teleporter! Thanks guys!
@Stéphanie** Hope it stands out!
Super work my friend.
I may rebound this later.
WOW looking really nice
nice work @Victor Erixon
good job! like it!!!
Really cool job!
nice work mate!
@Victor Erixon :: Super SLEEK!
Stylish. But I wish that you would have dared to use the not so common sound pictogram featured in Entypo :)
@Daniel Bruce I actually used it at first: Perhaps should've kept it? Look here!
Love the blue.
Is this intended to be an iOS app? Why is there prongs on the left and right sides of the play button? The volume control being a button also feels very weird and the popover would be really awkward and difficult to navigate on an iPhone. Good execution, I'm just a little confused :)
@Chris Masterson Simple. To make it stand out. Think different!
That might be your opinion, but for me I would rather have a popover and something different for once! :-) thanks for the critics.
I like the puzzle piece form better than the larger center button. Well executed!
Also, @Chris Masterson, it's not that uncommon for a nav bar button to induce a popover. Tweetbot is a great example of that. I think it works fine.
@Sean Berlin Thanks Sean.
@Victor Erixon Great work mate!
That's yummy! :D
Hm. I like the transparency (although not sure how that'll work in real life). The volume bar looks impossible to use on an iPhone (should think about making it full length and slightly bigger?). I think the logo looks quite washed out too - maybe make it whiter or darken up the background bar?
I tend to agree with @Callum, how would the transparency relate to a live version? Would it be above some cd artwork or something? The slider would definitely need to be bigger if it's used on the iPhone. Looking good though!
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