See the attached video demo
Live mobile site prototype link - http://cube.rallyinteractive.com - you'll have to use your iOS safari browser on your iPhone - it doesn't support landscape mode - but the final site will. Android / Chrome will also be fully supported before it goes live (which is still a ways off). The goal of course is a great mobile website that feels native for both Android and iOS browsers.
Safari browser desktop link demo (must use Safari for now) - http://cube.rallyinteractive.com/?desktop
We've been working on the mobile snowbird site in "secret" for almost 2 months now give or take a week. By secret, I mean the transitions / UX framework. We've decided to release an older prototype into the wild. Full Disclosure - we honestly thought we had something fairly unique until we saw a mobile weather site with a very similar interface / transition structure a couple days ago. Therefore, we decided to release this for you, mostly so people can see we actually didn't rip the weather site (this isn't something that can be created overnight and sold through to a client). It just happens to be a freak case of coincidence. So here it is - an older prototype of the early framework for the mobile site transitions.
The UX features a locked nav on top with a weather dashboard shortcut. You can swipe left or right to change browser history - instead of just tapping the Safari browser back / forward buttons.
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10 months ago
Ohh my love :)
Amazing work guys! Feeling little sad about the Coincidence but better luck for next project :) And off-course with this one :D
I love everything about this! Awesome job.
@Nuruzzaman Sheikh Thank you. And yes we're bummed too as we've been working on this thing for almost 2 months.... oh well... these things happen. The mobile weather site - Sun I think is called - is totally gorgeous too.
Interactive minds think a like sometimes.....
@Kartik Mahant ✦✦✦ @Logan Johnson thanks guys
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) yeah that's true we (the interactive people) own a very small village (yeah the world its culture and everything) and know each other and their attitudes and needs so here comes the coincidence :P
Absolutely amazing ! How do you create such interactivity ? Will this application be available on both android and ios ?
Great job guys !
@Julien Lambé Thank you! And yes, this mobile website will eventually go live this Fall - it will work for both iOS and Android browsers when it's all said and done, as well as support both landscape and portrait orientations.
Very nice indeed! Especially love those icons :)
Your work is incredible!
love the interactions, obviously great minds think a like...shouldn't let that 'coincidence' take anything away from it all - there will probably be a few more coincidences in the future
@Justin Roberts @Jonathan Quintin @james.t thanks guys
@Justin Roberts our design intern @Nick Schiefer did a fabulous job on the icons.
Web app rocks!
design + movement = killer
seriously, I'm taking a day off today, I'm gonna ride my bike and think about what I just saw :D
Spectacular & super smart!! I love it :)
Very good job! Nice transitions. Supporting gestures is right way for mobile web.
Dang, is this all done using css3 transforms? *digs into code*
Fuck you! ;-)
Very cool Ben, excellent transitions.
That's nice... again, you guys are always re-thinking every experience! It acts just like an app instead of a mobile website. Well done... very inspiring stuff indeed.
Oh man, it's so simple and SO COOL!
Dang dude, excellent job. I can't stop playing around with the demo, super smooth!
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