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Not too sure what this is or how it will be used (brainstorming), but I was doing some surfing on the IMDb site and this is what I came up with.
The thought process was to have a "button" that will randomly rotate in 3 news topics based on view count, post time, etc. in a selected category From that point, you'll be given 3 news articles. The trash icon can be used to remove the article from the queue. Pressing the Get News button will refresh the feed.
The categories are listed from the top navigation. I thought it would be neat to give the navigation bar a bit of color just to keep things interesting.
The pullout on the right is the articles content. I've added in a bit of interaction with the close button and scroll bar. You can also Tweet the article or email it.
As always, feedback is more than welcome. :o)
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over 1 year ago
Nice, the 400x300 doesn't do it justice...click the attachment people
Thanks @Will! I've added a notice in the details. Cheers
Cool! Great UI @Shad Romero !
Thanks @Tobia! Much appreciated brotha.
Pretty shot! :)
Thanks @Rudy Hurtado Global Branding
Nice! I'd probably increase the space between the image and the block of text. It just seems a bit too close.
Really great concept! I like the subtle texture on some of the buttons. I have one suggestion though and that's to make the trash can icon an X. I think a trash icon might confuse a user. It's generally implied that trash is "throw away" and an X is "close" or "remove". As silly as this sounds I think some users may assume they are throwing that article away and it will never be seen by anyone again. It may intimidate the novice user.
That's just my two cents but again this is a great concept!
@Mohamed I agree. Now looking back, I feel the same way. Thanks for the feedback. :o)
@Kyle good callout. I see what you mean. Thanks for the feedback brotha. :o)
Nice work Shad!
Thanks @Tanveer Junayed
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