Working on the gibbon article detail screen. At the bottom of every article we will ask the user/reader if it was helpful... but not so sure if this works. What do you think?
More info about the gibbon concept: gibbon.co
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4 months ago
Nice! I would loose the stripe-pattern on the buttons, other than that this is super.
I'd ditch the traditional buttons and design a gesture instead. Simple interactions like these are ideal to innovate with and give an app a unique personality.
I like these buttons, perhaps both gestures and buttons can coexist... (I am not much into gestures)
I was thinking about the "A" that I guess is for increasing/decreasing type. I would just suggest using a settings icon or something. I don't even know if it fits at all, I just thought I'd throw it out there for you. Do with it what you want! :-)
@Max Steenbergen, I'm not sure if gestures for the ranking like this is a good addition though..
The A, could maybe use a little + on the top right of the A and a little - on the bottom left..
Oh and def switch the share and comments ;)
I agree with @Patrick van Marsbergen on switching the share and comments.
Perhaps you could try to use a slightly different version of the share icon. This one looks a little, fat.
A slider could be cool too, from 10 to 1 changing colors based on the score. I think you can do something really delightful with that.
Soooo readable... I'd say you nailed priority number 1 on this screen.
Nice buttons, think this works like this.
Beautiful design on the real pixel shot (Y)!
Maybe have just one face and a slide bar. Slide it to the left, face gets sad, slide to the right, face gets happy?
Why is the smart cover on the wrong side?
Looks good though.
I loooove simple & bold designs :)
clean.. solid & uniform.. like !!
3 months ago
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