This design is going painfully slow, but here's some progress...
about 3 years ago
Hmm, I don't think a slider works well as a controller for saving. I believe a good ol' button is more usable. But it sure looks awesome :)
It's a bit controversial, and I'm not sure if we're going to use it. It's supposed to help people from accidentally saving stuff. Sliding a slider is harder than clicking a button.
I'm also thinking about using it as a lock/unlock feature, instead of saving. Locked = unable to add anything. Unlocked = able to add income & expenses.
Why make it so hard to add an expense/income? A button is good enough. And you can always cancel/delete the entry... or am I missing something?
Otherwise, the slider sure looks sweet :)
I agree with Sam. It shouldn't be hard to add. Deleting an entry should be a bit harder, but not adding :)
You're both right. What about making it an "slide to edit"-interaction, so that you can slide it to the right to enable checkboxes for deleting expenses/income?
Might just go for a button though.
So clean, well done.
I think you're overthinking this. Slide interaction on the web is only good for actual sliders :P "Slide to unlock" kind of thing, forget about it on non-touch devices :)
@Sam: Yup. We killed the idea, though we're keeping the sliders for settings etc. Thanks for your feedback!
Kristian, where did you find your awesome background texture? Or did you create from scratch? 'Tis the sharing season ;)
almost 3 years ago
@John: The background texture is from a pack over at Tileabl.es. Lots of good stuff there. Merry Christmas!
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