Some sticky audio player options, see bigger for some volume hovers.
over 1 year ago
Second ones my favorite.
Love these. So many people just mutilate their player UIs with fancy details that don't need to be there while ignoring the purpose/function of what it is. These are all clear and understandable at-a-glance.
Thanks @Curtis Estridge
Thanks @Mandy McClausky - I'm trying to see what functionalities are really necessary for sticky players
Love how clean these look, nicely done @Justin Burns
My only worry with this concept is that the user might not know which one of the four players is the real player. A user might click on the third player and come to the realization that it wasn't the real player at all. They were so certain that the third player was the real player. How could you do that to them? Did you consider your audience when designing these elements? The end user is most important. Have you thought about that? Did you consider that? Have you tried making only one player on the user's screen? Did you try making 7 players, with one player having a fly out menu that indicates that it is, indeed, the real player? Have you thought about Quicktime? Quicktime is a player. Have you thought about using a gradient? Have you thought about using four gradients?
@Joshua Pursley who has time anymore to listen to music one song after the other. It's time for the 21st century way of listening to music. Listen to all your favorite jams at the exact same time, saving you an average of 45mins per album.
@Joshua Pursley Four gradients aren't cool. You know what's cool? Four billion gradients. Have you thought about that? Did you consider that? Also, did you know that dropping movie references randomly makes you sound cooler and more "with-it"? Have you thought about that? Did you consider that?
hahaha - more "with-it". love it.
That's really nice. Love the simple style and the colors are sooo smooth. Good job. You're inspiring me right now.
about 1 year ago
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