Here is very first approach to dropdown. Normally it is longer, showing 5 entries at a time and scrolling to see more in fixed height dropdown, but I made it little shorter to fit into Dribbble's 300px height : )
The titles are scrapbook groups, and memory updates listed below.
Comments are much appreciated!
Btw: I'm sorry for re-dribbbling this, I noticed I shared wrong one few hours ago, here is the one.
10 months ago
Ps, thanks to my avatar heros @Eric Hoffman @Kerem Suer and @Mason Yarnell
Do you really need a 'mark all read' action? What about when they open it, the notification area already marks as seen/read. I guess like facebook handles theirs.
@Oykun I dont remember liking the video, but I do remember loving this shot! :)
Like the color combination a lot !
But not sure about that notification icon though.
Absolutely love this UI. Great colours and really well detailed.
Excellent stuff, colors are spot on!
Keep on posting, my man! This UI is looking super fly, even with the avatars of those goofballs. :)
@Ryan O. Hicks Yes, When you see the dropdown, the notification number in header bar goes off, but you still have the list in there unless you click them. So if you dont wanna click them all one by one, you simply do "mark all read" ; )
@Eric Hoffman Like this :)
@Tahir Yuksel Thanks, the icon is being used on iOS, Android apps. That's what current users are used to.
@Mason Yarnell Yeah, I keep posting daily :D Soon you all are gonna be like this! btw, I love my goofball faces ;)
10 months ago
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