scroll effect on this detail view. the header stays in place (easy to close at any time). not so sure about this being appropriate to the visual style of the project, so I'll most likely ditch it and try again :).
over 1 year ago
I had a similar dilemma last month. I went with a thick white line where you use a shadow, as in http://cl.ly/KveA
@Max Steenbergen does fit better than the shadow. still, the fixed header on a 'poster style' view feels a bit odd. have also tried to only keep the close button fixed in place, but then it looks to be floating around on it's own.
@Bart-Jan Verhoef How about only showing the close button when you're nearing the top right corner with the cursor?
@Max Steenbergen would be too hard to find I think. And not work on touch devices.
I think the shadow does a good job of separating the header and the content. A white thick border would blend with the content thus creating some confusion due to similarities visually. Did you try making the header a bit transparent?
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