I love the hidden left navigation that a lot of apps are using these days (Facebook, Path). I had an idea to do something similar, except at the top.
The idea here is to place the nav inside of a hidden top bar that is revealed when the upper left drop-down button is pressed.
Check out the attachment for more detail.
12 months ago
I like it!
oohoo nice work!
Nice UX and colors.
very nice. my only question / observation, it seems like the search icon would be more used than the "settings / gears", so would it make more sense to have a search icon in the ever present top bar instead? Just curious..
very nice, just think the numbers should be smaller :)
Really love the fold creases over the map.
LUSH — and a really neat idea.
Centre the green thing, yo! http://cl.ly/0u172F1B0u1J163E3U2d
absolutely! liking this shot a lot. Good job @Jeremiah Shaw
This is fucking good!!! Inspirational.
Yes! I'm all about the hidden menus. Looks great :)
11 months ago
Love the idea. My only comment is why not place the settings icon within that area as well? I seems to be one of the least used actions. You could replace it with the plus (ala Foursquare Checkin Button style) or make the header bar transparent and roll the map up underneath it.
A great idea @Jeremiah Shaw !
8 months ago
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