A tiny 'save to cloud' animation for our upcoming Orbit project :)
about 1 year ago
Looking slick Fabio, what about some sort of progress indication though?
@Adam Whitcroft thank you Adam, in practice is probably barely visible as it's very very fast (it's only saving text), in theory it would be useful if for example the server is slow in returning a 200 response, but I think it's very rare and the progress indicator would go from 0 to 100% in a millisecond :)
I'd be careful, the confirmation state looks like Flow's logo. Just a friendly heads up! http://www.getflow.com/. Maybe changing the color and tweaking the shape of that checkmark so it isn't so curvy.
@Ben Gage ah thanks, the color will probably change at some point, but it's not the main logo so I wouldn't be too worried, it's just an element on our toolbar :)
Very cool. Did you make the animation in photoshop, Fabio?
I think I can look at it endlessly :) Great job @Fabio Basile
@Charles Riccardi thank you! I did, that's why it's a big laggy. We will use our own framework for that. :)
@Ivan Kutcher thank you! :)
by Kevin Jones
Really liked seeing the upload/saving animation by @Fabio Basile this morning when I woke up. Someone mentioned in the comment what it'd look like with a progress bar, so I decided to do a quick 10-minute morning warmup with what I saw.
Made in photoshop, so it's choppy, and animation speeds could be tweaked, but hey, it's a warmup.
Icons from Glyphish.
about 1 year ago
I don't want to make a big deal out of the similarity to Flow that @Ben Gage already pointed out but the checkmark is also part of what makes it look similar.
Kinda reminds me my old Uply script :P
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