A peak of the popover used for on-the-fly album selecting.
over 1 year ago
oouufff, looking great.. Sexiest UI I have seen in a while!
@Brian Benitez You always take a photo outisde with your iPhone before starting to share something on dribbble ? :)
Looking hawt Brian!
Nice dued, taht looks ralely good - so good I couldn't type for a second.
Looks great! Is the popover displayed closer to the bottom for a reason or will it be centered?
@Brian Benitez Ok.
@Corey Haggard Now that's what I'm talkin' about! Thanks, dude! :)
Mark Jardine would approve. ;^)
Really nice GUI!
You keep such good care of your finger nails.
Oh, and that screen looks awesome!
This is soooo gorgeous!
Very nicely done.
I wonder what's in the 'Girlfriend Pics' folder that's private? ;)
Well done man—really liking the selected state and bottom nav.
How come you're not using "No more banding"? I "catched" some in the bottom bar. :(?
Heady play on keeping the albums within thumb range. Something a lot of people forget is that being able to use an app with one hand is a huge plus.
Love it. The gradient in the bottom bar reminds me of Tapbots apps.
Very clean work! Like from me! :)
Question: What's up with that blue glow on the right side of the list?
Critique: The raised bit above the lens on the camera icon, it looks too narrow. Should be wider than the lens, IMHO.
Dude—thanks, @Marshall! The blue glow is from the photo.
Your feedback's noted—I always really appreciate pixel-level critique, but I spent a bit of time getting the camera icon to a place I was happy with. I'm even looking at the camera sitting on my desk as we speak and the lens is wider than the flash thingy, lol.
(Plus, it's already made its way into the build.)
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