This is part of some iPhone UI improvements i'm experimenting with.
This concept, I call it Dynamic Badges, gives you the possibility to see what notification belongs to a specific badge count, instead of having pull down the notification center. This is triggered by pulling the icon down with your finger.
12 months ago
Cool one! :-) @Joost van der Ree
I really like the style of it, but I'm not sure if it would feel right to pull an icon down to show the message. I guess (for me at least) it would be better if you had to pull it up.
Yeah, I think I agree with @Daniel Diekmeier. Especially if the icon is in the top row towards the middle, you don't want to accidentally trigger the alerts pane to slide down, with a downward swipe.
And since the alert bubble comes out of the top, you're almost physically squeezing it out of the icon, from bottom-to-top, with an upward swipe, ya know?
Seems like a swipe down works better. The counter-movement action always seems weird at first but I like it - feels dynamic, and it doesn't leave my fat thumb sitting over the notice I'm trying to read.
Love the bounce @Joost van der Ree Great to explore these ideas, maybe SF will invite... =)
This looks pretty and all, but exactly what problem are you solving?
One, much simpler interaction (tap on the icon) loads the app and displays this information and more. What benefit does this approach have over simply opening the app?
@Joost van der Ree Cool execution of your idea man!
@David This clears the badges quicker, and opening the app is slower.
by Stephen Revesz
The idea for a dynamic badge in iOS is really great and I simply wanted to recreate it in a way I believe Apple would have made it.
Re-uploaded because it wasn't centered properly.
12 months ago
@Marcus Lindgren In what way is it quicker than opening the app?
11 months ago
Oh, why are the top right corners of the YouTube and Maps-Apps folded in the Video? Not that it looks bad, but is it another idea? I'd love to hear more.
@Daniel Diekmeier well noticed, yes theres going to be more...
So this is what it was for: http://youtu.be/dMi6Si4nN4k
Awsome @joost, hopefully apple will notice this, really like the app browser :) very usefull stuf!
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