Building interactive prototypes are what I spend my time mostly on these days. Used the toggle module that I built previously for this. As I mentioned in that shot, there's an interactive UI module kit in the making and I'm adding more elements to it each day. This is today's.
Give it a test drive and let me know how it went.
10 months ago
Is this for Iron Man's suit?
This looks great and smooth. Great work
I'm not sure the gear represents manual to me. I absolutely love the animation, but i'm caught on the icon representation. An icon of a person might make more sense. Just food for thought
yeah the animations are awesome, but i don't know which icon is which.
Awesome! Nice animations
How do you make the animations this smooth? Do you use Photoshop?
Awesome work dude! You built the app too? Would also like to know how you get the animation so smooth in the shot :)
@Prathyush Pramod A successful drive. Simply amazing.
@Nick Matarese The gear meant "settings" to me
This is very cool animation :)
Looks great :3 even though I hate sliders, this looks awesome.
It's sooo darn nice, but I do agree with the icon on the right not depicting 'manual' to me. Perhaps something like a shovel for manual?
@Prathyush Pramod It's awesome!! I'd like to see yet, the right one toggle knob is rolling while switching ;)
@Ari Yeah, these were frames of a video turned into a GIF.
@Jordan Borth Yes, I made the app. They were exported by recording the video and then importing it into Photoshop and turning it into a GIF.
@Nick Matarese There were no universal metaphors that I could find for auto/manual icons and I think these will make sense ones you start using the app; I betting on the learnability of them. I don't think your idea of using a person is a good one. A person glyph these days stands for a lot of ideas.
@Ian Storm Taylor These type of metaphors, I think will make sense ones you are inside the app using them.
@Yummygum Yep, Gears indeed gets mistaken for settings. I'm still thinking if I could find something. Shovel I think is a bit tongue in cheeky, don't you think ?
@All Others Thanks a lot for the support you guys show. I'm really glad :)
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