Whatever you do, don't hang up ;)
11 months ago
For this caller I'd just go for one green button.
Hi there Sarah. :)
I'll call her... anytime. haha
For Sarah it could be enough to have only one button - Answer the call :) Decline will never be used, so it it redundant.
This design requires an appropriate Sarah to work. Not many of them out there, you know :)
@Alex Pankratov No worries dude, I'm on a holiday, just fooling around ;)
Pretty! Interface is good-looking too. Maybe center "incoming call?"
I want to see this with my face on it, really loving the feel of this Kevin!
@Zan | ninetofive.me| ninetofive.me Dude! Then we only need the red button? :P Thnx buddy! ;)
Nice work mate.
i think the button need some more effect. it look pretty plain and not a button feel. overall, neat and very straight forward. kudos :D
My only issue is that I notice none of the design in this shot, just a semi-naked women.
Not a bad thing.
I’d have expected the positive action to be on the left (accept) and the negative action to be on the right (hang-up). Is there a reason you’ve gone for the other way round?
I don't know it it's the UI or sarah's picture, but I really want to answer that call!
Answer it! She probably wants to make happy time!
SHE calls you? Lucky you!
In this design, I would say it would be a bad choice to even design a decline button. Other then that, pick that shit up, now!
I saw this a few days ago and thought it looked nice, but then skimmed along. Now that I've spotted it again in my stream I have to say I love how simple this is. You've done a great job of providing just the right amount of visual information here to make this a valuable design IMO.
@Martin Bean I think this explains it rather well :) http://uxmovement.com/buttons/why-ok-buttons-in-dialog-boxes-work-best-on-the-right/
@Tanner Christensen Thanks!
10 months ago
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