A couple more sneak peeks into Snowbird's mobile site. This is the dining page layout. Check out the attachments for open and closed views for the filter.
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over 1 year ago
Clean and perfect!
My favourite style :)
Beautiful design! I'm curious why you decided to leave the icon and meal/location at the top instead of sliding it to the right in the open position as well? Will you be doing a touch gesture in the mobile site to slide on the menu and close it again? Beautifully done, by the way.
I dig that open and close button
Love the minimalism. Must. see. real. pixels.
Very clean. Love it.
@Naoshad Alam @Alexandre Naud @Haziq Mir - thanks guys!
@Timothy Whalin thanks dude! This filter is a sub menu so there probably won't be a touch gesture. I'll try and post more later on why not. Saving the touch gestures for something else :)
@Marotz thank you sir
brilliant @Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline)
Beautiful as always.
@Dan Lebowitz thanks Dan, I attached some real pixels just for you.
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) YES! awesome, haha.
One thing tho - you are showing lockscreen status bar.
You should show the one that will be really displayed when you view this webpage in the iOS Safari - http://d.pr/i/DXuk
The real mockup would look like this then: http://d.pr/i/JVS8
@Filip Chudzinski Thanks! You're correct in theory. However, it's actually really easy to trick the browser into hiding the top part of iOS safari when the site loads (basically auto-scroll on-load). I'm sure there are some folks that might gasp at that statement, but the user will be able to get to the safari menu quite easily. It sounds scary, but isn't :)
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) It is, I am sorry for misunderstanding, what I meant was that you were using the incorrect state of statusbar. In your mockup you are showing the lockscreen statusbar state (Black Translucent with lockscreen elements) instead of the correct (Default) one - http://d.pr/i/DXuk
And again - we speak about the statusbar, not about the top addressbar.
Just a small detail.
@Filip Chudzinski aha! You are correct, nice catch :)
Amazing work Ben!
What's not to like? :)} Good job!
by Anthony Dines
Just a thought... what if the arrow indicator was telling you the direction that you are going to be moving the menu tray, rather than showing you where menu tray is currently.
So in the closed state, it'll point to the right indicating that tapping that icon with move it in from the left. When it is currently open, the leftwards arrow will indicate that you'll sending the tray back in that direction....
over 1 year ago
I wish more clients wanted clean and simple design.
Superlative clean and polished.
Nice job with the clean design, Ben!
This is the absolute tits. Really love this.
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