Hey guys, Here is another shot from the new @Mixpanel UI that we're baking in the oven. This feature allows users to reach out to customers and deeply track engagement. Let me know what you think. :)
Are breadcrumbs necessary anymore?
10 months ago
Nice work, very clear for the user!
Killing it as usual, Fella.
Cheers, @Matt! @Dave You are such a gangster! Really appreciate it, gents.
@Mason Yarnell Representing America's little sister to the north.
looks great! loving those icons!
wow! so amazing and clean work! I guess the navigation of several this app isn't that much deep. So, you can go without the breadcrumbs. And even if you go with it, but the BC is little strong and taking much precedence even from the menus!
I think the crumbs can go, but maybe some sort of progress indicator for the steps would be helpful.
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In other news, that phone icon is a hot little number.
Agreed. Without seeing how deep some of the other sections go I'd say you could safely lose the BC's.
Well If you would have showed me that 4 months ago I would have liked it but man .... I LOVE IT now too :)
@Gene @Nuruzzaman @Christian @Jackson Thanks for the feedback guys! The progress indicator is a good idea. Not sure it would be necessary for a 3-step process though.
@Philip You crack me up man. Too funny!
@Julien Hahaha! Thank you, Monsieur!
@Ryan Reply input box is automatically populated with the user's info. In most use cases this won't actually change.
Clean and Clear.
Amazing as usual @Mason Yarnell
Absolutely love this.
@Kartik @Afraz @Ricardo @Jack Thanks, guys! Glad you are digging the direction. :)
Feels so soft & smooth. :P
Beautifully clean, as always... nice work!
9 months ago
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