Loremify Rebound

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  1. Farzad Ban Farzad Ban

    Make sure to check out the attachment.

    Making Rebounds has been on my new years resolution list because I think this is truly the best way to give feedbacks so here's my first rebound on Dribbble.
    Hope you like it, @Tobias Ahlin.

    EDIT: I just noticed that "HTML" is not centered. Well, sh*t, it's too late to fix that now.

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    about 1 year ago

  2. Joel Helin Joel Helin

    What was your goal? Did you just want to make it prettier or did you want to achieve something?

    about 1 year ago

  3. Prathyush Prathyush

    Though the form factor and text rendering is better on this shot with tighter cell height for the parameters, I feel that this rebound lacks much contrast on the selected state cell (37 words is barely visible) and bottom bar compared to the original. It also misses that sweet little gradation touch on the cell fill.

    But hey, action speaks much louder than words and good job giving out a visual representation of what you think might have worked ;)

    about 1 year ago

  4. Farzad Ban Farzad Ban

    @Joel Helin, @Prathyush:
    The goal was to get rid of the harsh gradients and 1px highlights and make it look a bit more smooth. I removed the paper-stack because it reminded me of Fantastical (the calendar app). Also improved the user experience a bit. The idea was to move all the elements that has to do with the lorem ipsum text to the bottom. In Tobias shot, the "plain, html, javascript and obj-C" were above the text and the settings icon on the right-bottom of the text. It makes more sense to me to have them on the same row. It should work like a slider. You change "plain" to "html", the text will slide to the left and there you have the code.

    Here's what I have in mind: first you choose how many words you want in your paragraph, then the box gets bigger and shows you the lipsum text. Then the menu appears and so on.

    about 1 year ago

  5. Tobias Ahlin Tobias Ahlin

    @Farzad Ban Great rebound, thanks! Looking at this I agree that I can definitely make it more flat.

    The reason I put embed mode (HTML, JS, etc.) above the code was because I wanted it to be within easy reach. If you change that often I don't want you to go all the way down to the bottom of the widget to switch mode and then all the way up again to select your text. I like your iteration layout wise though, will see if I can combine the ideas and make something even better. I really like the sliding code detail, will definitely try to get that in there.

    about 1 year ago

  6. Farzad Ban Farzad Ban

    @Tobias Ahlin Glad I could help. Looking forward to see the finished product.

    about 1 year ago

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