Folding colour panels for an app I am currently working on.
about 1 year ago
The back button seems a bit too big to me
Clever. Me likey. One of the laws of simplicity is to "hide" elements. i think this hides the controls for the color in an expected and delightful way.
I agree with @Sean Duhame, but only (specifically speaking of a key function) if it's easily accessible without knowledge OR the user is shown that that element is there before hand. (like a subtle animation, in this case, it could be the colours folding down or sliding in, etc. Of course you wouldn't want to get too garish)
Either way, I love the presentation & style of this! :D
I love the hidden buttons, and also agree with @Cory Hughes points. It's not an entirely new interaction, since people slide list items left or right to reveal the delete button, but I'm not sure I would try that on this page without some sort of visual cue.
@Matt Johnston "visual cue" - I was looking for the correct words, you found them! :P
@Cory Hughes very good point. I appreciate the feedback as I hadn't thought of this! I'm possibly thinking of adding a cue when the palette is blank to show how to add/edit colours, then when they come back they will understand the interaction.
You could possibly add, like @Cory Hughes mentioned, a super subtle animation. Perhaps when the page loads the colour strips could twitch just slightly, as if they are beginning to slide to the side? I love this design so much. It is the epitome of beauty in simplicity. Great job :)
Awesome. Think back button is too big. Are u coding this? If so how? I'd be interested to know.
This is a brilliant and elegant idea, man. Fantastic.
7 months ago
Thanks @Dustin Lee !
This looks really cool. Would love to see the animation once it's built!
realy cool... love the look and feel of it..a bit
Spledid Sir, just splendid!
6 months ago
dem folds !! <3
I love this kind of animation and I've also been wondering how it's coded up in iOS like @Ethan Kramer
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