Ok...I have to admit that I really liked the idea of 'Tear to Share', so I thought I would rebound a change to my previous shot.
9 months ago
very nice! :)
this is great! :)
Thanks for the comments guys. Anything I could do better?
You could make it look like garlic bread.
@Mike Beecham Definitely looks more like a receipt now :D Great work.
I'm really curious how you'll do the interaction here. I like the widened opening, but it seems a bit too much and the lines going down to the bottom seem a bit off..
This is interesting and nicely executed! What benefits does this have over something like a button?
Hey @Jeff Broderick It has absolutely no additional benefit whatsoever. Tbh it probably wouldn't even work, but it was fun to make. :)
I think this is a neat concept for people who are a bit more computer savvy, but I'm curious also about the interaction.
Would you grab this and drag it down? Seems like a lot of work for the average user, who might not appreciate the extra effort.
But for a designer / developer site, I think you could take this in a number of directions.
This could be a great experience on mobile—nice work @Mike Beecham. Also, I disagree...I think it would work well—especially if in the right context.
Cool! @Mike Beecham
Now I just wanna share it.. :)
Really nice idea, I would love to see how this might work.
This is really beautiful @Mike! Perfect noise and paper textures
Thanks guys for the kind comments. The idea wasn't really mine, but when someone on my last shot posted it as a funny comment it seemed to gather pace...so I went for it.
Is there anything here that I could do better, an area to improve?
Beautifully tactile, good on ya.
I want to tear it! I want to tear it!
I'd love to see the interaction. Looks great man :)
Looks nice but the perspective is off between the arrow and the "button" (I didn't know what to call it haha)
Thanks @Ben Gage I'll look at that.
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter