I just had to see what it looked like on a light background and with a progress bar. Oh man, Drew.
(Month-late rebound because I just joined.)
over 2 years ago
That's awesome! Welcome to Dribbble :)
Thanks Skilsey! (Can I call you Skilsey? I’m going to call you Skilsey.)
Ohh, delicious. That looks awesome.
You’re so nice Kain and Lettsey.
mine has a progress bar too... see it here: http://drbl.in/AkC
Amazing work Matthew. Lovely progress bars. The background pattern is that Naomi Atkinson's set?
Looks great! I'm very curious as to how you're going to make it work in HTML, unless you're intending to use flash, of course.
little UI issue: keep the filename always while it's uploading. Users always want to be sure which file they chose and uploading.
Woow Great progress bar! The blue tones are beautiful. I maybe change the color of the entire state, but the work is great!
@Glenno: No, it’s Neven Mrgan’s Flatterns.
@Merfield: I’m coding this up tomorrow. I could either use webkit masks or two rotating boxes. Flash? You’re hilarious, sir.
@Tsi: That’s good point.
This is hawt.
Love it! Would love to code that animation!
Matthew: Terribly sorry to disappoint you, but it could get ugly...
So Slick. Love it.
by Matthew Farag
Here’s a few hours worth of proof-of-concept of the circle loader (or “circlet” I’m coining) with CSS3 animations. Don’t look too hard; it’s not the cleanest solution.
Check out here. Safari for extra-smooth hardware acceleration.
over 2 years ago
by Ryan Scherf
Was working on my own set of these, but debating on which color to use. This would be the activity indicator for an AJAX search call that would have the outer ring spin continuously.
Bloody beautiful. Your proof of concept works great in Chrome as well. Geeze that's nice
these are spectacular!love the subtle texture
love it !
about 2 years ago
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