I represented yes/no as continuous, not binary. somewhere in between comes "maybe", and so on. :)
Maybe it's #4 but it's an old one I was keeping archived.
6 months ago
Woah I love everything about this. Great colors and lighting.
Very nice :)
Awesome! It would be cool if the yes light lit up too!!
great work! like the "color"!
Cool! @Nina Georgieva
Juste amazing !
I love how this looks. But isn't it illogic having this kind of control for a binary selection? I mean, even having a knob with two options, you have it properly in v.02 where the options are close together.
Otherwise, due to the skeuomorphic look, it feels like there's a range from No to Yes (like a volume knob that would move softly) instead of being a binary selection. (that clicks into the options)
@Edokoa That's exactly the point, representing yes/no as continuous, not binary. somewhere in between comes "maybe", and so on :) maybe I should have explained this in the description
That little light indicator is sweet.
Love the lighting
Interesting concept! :)
Nice concept :)
And BTW this is exactly how most girls (especially Blondes) mind works ;) No offence.
Отлично! Реалистично. Мне цвета нравятся :)
Wonderful UI! Well done!
Спасибо, @Uteight :)
Just dropping in to say I love your avatar GIF. So clever.
Looks "delicious"! ;)
I'm not a super fan of the type tho
about 1 month ago
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