5 months ago
I want to play with :3
@Bastien Wilmotte You know, what is coming now? 45° animated render shot :P
I think gif's are ok as far as they are showing sort of UI animation. I hate shots with multi-pictures.
@Konrad Kolasa aha, that's what I'm working on right now :D
I think people will get it, looks very sweet.
Just one question - why not show the form already there? The drag seems to be an unnecessary step (apart from adding eye candy).
That said, if it were tappable (in addition to draggable), shown keyboard and focused on the field, it would be about the same.
I think the arrows on the pull down form need to reverse alongside the pull down animation to point up, and the words "Add Comment" change to "Hide Form" or maybe not...
Nice, but why is it hidden to begin with?
Love this, smooth transaction, effect is clean and unique in execution, amazing work man.
Looking good Virgil!
I love he execution of this, nice job! From an UX point of view it's not very clear that users can drag the button to unfold the form. Instead of "Add comment" you could replace the label by "Drag to comment" or something similar that informs users they can unfold it.
Very impressive motion.
This is Brilliant!!!!
nice, i like the background as well :)
I used this once before -> http://oridomi.com
Folds up any Dom element like paper, easy to use.
Foarte ingenios (:
OH Yeah..... bring thowse 45° animated shots :)
mmm... yummy idea ;)
What? This is sweet. Love the thought of this. Cheers mate.
It's well done and nciely demonstrated!
It seems like a lot of work just to make a comment though. Read instruction, drag field down, tap comment field, up comes keyboard...
Could be achieved with much less interaction :)
This is beautiful, great UX/UI
I really enjoyed this @Virgil Pana. Beautiful work. :)
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