Just a concept idea at the moment, Something like this will be built soon, make sure you check the @2x.
Let me know your thoughts!
4 months ago
That's not important to the design. Just filler text.
Cool UI!@Mike Busby
@Sergey Valiukh and @Avinash Tripathi Thanks guys :)
I smell a playoff...
@Seth Ely that would be wicked, I would love if someone rebounded this!
by Armos Media
My simple take on a profile chat concept. Don't forget to view in @2x!
4 months ago
awesome rebound I like the colors and icons you have used!
I like it, great, expect a rebound tomorow :) .
Thanks @Edin Vejzović looking forward to the rebound!
@Geldy thanks man, I just checked out your work, love your style, so dope
@Mike Busby Yeah, I just had to say it.
by Seth Ely
I'm not a huge fan of the way I displayed the Name and Username, but I couldn't find something that worked better for this shot.
View @2x for more details.
the user icons on the inline chat could be aligned alot better! maybe at the bottom of the textballoons
Aesthetically it's quite nice, but on a functional note: why would anyone want a "contact card" that big for a person they're chatting with? And what's the atom and lightning tabs for?
by Wayne Spiegel
Coded in CodePen: http://goo.gl/NlFLP
Best at @2x
@Sebastian Stockmarr Thanks for the comment, It has to be seen in context, It's actually part of an app I'm building at whoknows.com, just a future concept.
Atom is for Expertise, lighting is for activity , Icons are very rough.
by Dragomir Ivanov
@Mike Busby Cool - thanks for clearing that up! Looking forward to seeing it in action :)
by Art Addict
A few things, I think the stroke on the avatar is very strong. Also the stroke on the top of the transparent followers could be toned down just a tad. The drop shadows on the names could do the same, just a tiny bit maybe 30-50%. There's value in just having one color for either you or the sender. This would allow the user to bring immediate context to who is saying what due to the contrast. The text box for chatting could work being indented rather than extruded.
Overall I really like it as a general concept, good work :)
by Edgar Vargas
This chat window highlights the side by side interaction in a more direct way.
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