I like the transparent vs opaque background effect used in some OSX apps. Trying to reproduce that on an interface I did a while ago.
over 1 year ago
Wow.. so clean, so nice ! Want to see more!!
Maybe the transparency is too much.
Also I like a thicker progress bar with slight rounded corners. :)
wow.. last time I see this transparent style is in DA few years ago.. nice to see it here :)
feels like windows aero in os x :)
@Rémi Lejeune, @Emrah Demirag thanks guys!
@Andrew Ckor, I think you're right about the transparency. I've just decreased it a little and it looks way more cleaner. Thanks for the feedback man!
@Bady, yes I totally remember this style. :) In fact I used VMWare Fusion the other day, and the tab window has this "blurry" effect on the left side. I found it very nice. Just wanted to give a try.
@Alex Potapenko, agree!
I do agree with @Alex Potapenko though. The transparency is a bit much.
Beautiful work @Jonathan
Want that on my OS X
From graphical point of view its very well executed and looks nice and clean. However, from UX point of view choosing to add transparency to large areas of a window is bad for the user because it attracts his attention away from the working space into the background, which is not something you want when you build an application. Actually the whole reason for opaque windows is because the users attention has to be focused on what he's doing within those windows rather than on the desktop. :)
Agreed with @Sorin Jurcut
But so so nice work :)
I could have written a 10000-character comment containing several adjectives, but I chose to just tell you: I love it.
I agree with Thomas Strobl and Andrew Ckor.
If you make the transparency a little less, then it's perfect for me!
Nice work and style, but it seems that such style makes too much visual noise for my eyes) And reminds me of Windows Vista)
Agree with @Gadzhi Kharkharov. Looks great but doesn't seem like fit for the OSX. This is more like Windows UI on steroids :)
Really nice stuff!
I like what I see!
this is beyond sexy. omg love.
Love it. Wait. No I love it more than Wills did.
Thanks everyone for the kind words!
@Sorin Jurcut, nothing to say more man, I totally agree with you! Like I said it was just an experiment. Thanks for the valuable feedback. :)
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