When you receive a gift card in Wrapp and hit "Done", the wallet icon opens and your gift is animated into it. This provides a strong hint of where it went and what to do next, as well as being a nice animation in itself.
(frame rate is lousy on my comp, but I hope you get the idea)
Edit: See attached .mov for a full 30 fps version of the animation. Or you know, just download Wrapp from App Store.
12 months ago
That's an awesome idea, and nicely executed! Very impressed!
WOW..... It's great dude. Nice Idea.
I like it, but the numbered alert that you have is meant more for a "Look at me because theres something here you need to see..."
Maybe have those small circles on the icon become blue instead? 1 for each coupon? I don't know, but me personally, I hate seeing those alerts because then I want to get rid of them.
Splendid work Max!
Very nice Max!
@Oscar Waczynski We don't want people to forget about their gift cards, which is why we use a badge.
But I agree with your dislike for overuse of badges, which is why I made the blue ones which I think are much more subtle and imo don't trigger the same kind of *must get rid of' response.
This is awesome @Max Rudberg !
Looks great, Max. I love subtle touches like this.
I'm sure there's a way to make the wallet not feel paper-thin as it opens, right? ;)
@Kurt Madsen Thanks! Not sure there is an easy way. It's a 3d rotation in After Effects – not sure if I'm able to control thickness. Might be worth looking into.
Great idea, it's similar to the garbage can on some of Apple's own apps.
Very sexy! What did you use to animate this?
@Jesper van Haaren Thanks. Used After Effects.
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