Snippet of unused mockup for Mac OS X syncing application that's yet to be released.
over 1 year ago
Beautiful work @Sebastiaan. I really like that selected state.
wow, great work man. :)
Wow, didn't realize it's been four months (save two days) since I last posted bits of UI. It's going to get a lot busier up in here.
I like how you used the stripes instead of another "stand out" color
Love the memory icons.
I would expect Sync Now to be the more common action, and thus the button for it to be much more prominent than for Unpair. The subtle pattern on the Sync button is nice, but curious about your reasoning for abstaining from using color and/or variance in button size in this situation.
bring it !!!
It does seem that 'Sync Now' should have a more contrast.
With that said, I can just envision it lighting up and animating smoothly while syncing ;)
PS. Excited to see more of your UI on Dribbble!
Looks very pretty. Not sure I understand the stripes though. My immediate thought was that it means that part is under construction or in beta. Not until I read @Mitchell Bernstein's post did I realize it was to make it stand out. Hopefully that's not rude to say?
The highlight around the active choice is really well done.
Nice 1. What's the desktop image?
I miss Lucida Grande :)
I like the icons, good job!
Lance: I’m 95% certain it’s Lucida Grande but rendered with Photoshop’s awful antialiasing. Basically, a mockup.
Yes, it is Lucida Grande. But many of us have stopped using it for our designs since it's so overused... That's why I miss it, at least :)
i think there's a way to simplify. there are two buttons and user thinks that he need to make a choice. you can make "unpair" button look circle with glyph like "eject" and place it near icon of device. for example in the right top corner of rectangle
about 1 year ago
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