I've been asked to share the switches in closer view. Here you go! :)
10 months ago
Would it not make sense to slide right to activate? I'm pretty tired, so forgive me if i'm wrong.
Thanks @Daryl, love your comments - they are always right on the point.
That's funny how we often think along the same lines. I did them initially to be on the right in active state but the client asked me to reverse. I don't know why but to me (intuitively) it makes more sense to have them on the right too so I agree with you 100%.
@Julia Khusainova Another classic case of when the client puts his wants before his users needs. Sigh. Looks fab anyway, well done. ;)
@Daryl so right you are!
It helps if I show them a couple real world examples in those cases – maybe they just don't know. Or they're a UI Contrarian.
I think the low saturation of the red "off" state works well, but maybe have the green a bit more vibrant to better indicate the "on" state?
Great details Julia.
clients clients... ur great design saved the day on this interaction mess
9 months ago
@Philip Clark I guess these colors should be balanced.
@Tanveer Junayed thank you, my friend :) Haven't seen you for a while!
@Avinash Tripathi thanks! Glad to know that I was able to :)
Nice work @Julia Khusainova
And totally agree on the comments about the switch/client.
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