LayerVault is rolling out a global sidebar. You'll be able to trigger it from the header on any page. Getting around is going to be a lot easier.
about 1 year ago
Beautiful! I really love the pop-over. So so good.
NICE! I use LayerVault and this feature is gonna be awesome. Looks great!
Dig it! Did something super similar with Qio. It's super effective, rad shit!
This is cool, you guys have some great looking UI and app design. Cheers
Nice! Regardless of what LayerVault adds to it's features, the product and UX is already exceptional ;)
Like the idea!
I wonder if the color choice of the icon holds enough contrast from the background though. Have you thought about other approaches to showing the active icon besides color?
Just my two cents!
@Dan Shin like what?
@Allan Grinshtein Off the top of my head: A carrot of some sort that slides, or a marker/container that indicates that a particular icon is spotlighted? Of course, these are just basic ideas and I'm sure there are better ideas that can be pulled in!
I think it's just the accessibility-conscious designer in me that is always hyper aware of colors disappearing to some users.
@Dan Shin the contrast is actually not so bad, especially at the actual size. I'm always sensitive to adding extra things like a carrot or indicator - I spend way too much time trying to achieve the highest yield from the fewest things. That's why color is so attractive.
@Allan Grinshtein Totally understand the want for efficient design, and the hesitation about adding extra elements that distract from the experience. You got flat design on lock, and I gotta praise you on the crisp LayerVault palette.
Thought I'd share this color contrast tool just in case you might find it useful down the line (that is, if you haven't already seen it): Colour Contrast Check. It's geared more for text but I believe it could be useful for iconography as well.
Can't wait to see more great work.
@Dan Shin Awesome link.
Perfect! Fresh and clean. Jealous!
love the colors!
I really loved LayerVault when I first saw it. I am glad I found your Dribbble account accidentally – keep up the great work!
11 months ago
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