Working on the "Tap" View, and the bottom nav.
about 3 years ago
Oh man I really dig the panel gaps on this design.
I love the manual/tap button. Really nice work.
And to think I was about to start designing an iPhone app. Where's my trash can? :(
I quit life. I'm gonna work as a circus carney or attempt stand-up comedy.
Note: I finally found out why this site is called dribbble. I just did it. In my pants.
So, so nice. I'm not quite as excited as Rogie, but close.
I am as excited as Rogie. I just peed my pants a little.
Looks great Jesse. That toggle is simply amazing.
Jaw on floor.
This is absolutely gorgeous.
Trying to give Mark Jardine a run for his money, eh? ;o)
Great work, Jesse. The toggle is very clever and superbly executed. I'd like to see the clock icon simplified a bit.
Wow! Yes. What Chance said.
Oh man this is sweet. Regarding the Manual/Tap toggle: it's not often you see a rarely used UI element that works so well, but geez you're pulling it off.
Yea, 100% digging this. Really well executed everything feels modeled correctly. Nice job.
Wow... thanks for all the nice feedback everyone.
@Chance... I agreed about the timing button. My concern is that if I make it too simple, it might look like Apple's history button (also a clock).
Anyone have a suggestion for a "timing" icon? It will be used to switch between 2/4 3/4 & 4/4 timing.
@Jesse You could make it look more like stopwatch or pocket-watch. A simple metronome? Ruler (measure)? Perhaps just horizontal staff lines (might be too vague).
I like the lighting direction and deep shadows. Very fresh :)
Good job so far.
Extra points for making a rocker button that looks right.
I'd like to tap that.
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