Was thinking of something and came up with this.
The refresh icon's and the trigger icon's position can be interchanged. The placement used in the shot is for a right-handed person. The positions can be switched such that a left-handed person can use the app with ease. The idea is to be able to use the app entirely, with only a single hand (eg. You're on the train, standing and holding onto something for support, while quickly checking out some data on this app).
The user can use a flick or single tap gesture on the trigger button and reveal the bottom panel.
What do you folks think? Let me know. (Be it interactions, interface, idea, Pokemon, Eggs on toast? )
about 1 year ago
You are my favorite non pop dibbbler.
@Isaac Grant™ I don't know what "non pop" means, but thank you. :D :3
Edit: now I got it. ;)
A quick update on the previous shot. A selected state for the website.
If I get more time later today, I'll post a shot of the interaction I spoke about in the previous shot.
Let me know what you think! (Still open to talking about Eggs on toast BTW ;) )
about 1 year ago
Great haptic feel, really like that. You might want to try the previews at the bottom without the drop shadow to give more depth and focus on the element above? Just an idea, maybe a solid stroke instead :)
@Marius Bauer I like the sound of that, and it does make more sense. I'll definitely give it a shot. Thank you.
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