Some UI Components I'm working on! :)
11 months ago
Looks great @Marcus Gellermark. Love that stamp/present icon, has a really soft and fun look to it.
@Yummygum Tihi! :)
I'd love to click around this, be intrigued to see the focus state too. Nice worrrrrk maaaayynn.
Very nicely done, but the toggle is pointless.
@Daryl Ginn Actually they're not imo since we will be able to pre-populate some of the emails and not only have crappy placeholder suggestions.
@Marcus Gellermark Sorry, that made no sense.
@Daryl Ginn Well it will make sense when it gets implemented, trust me :)
@Marcus Gellermark Forcing people to make extra clicks just to make your UI look nicer is wrong.
edit: I really like the square email icon you used on this one
@Marcus Gellermark That's cool. Well, the UI looks lovely anyway dude, I'm curious to see more.
It looks nice, but I'm with @Daryl Ginn on this one, still not sure why the toggle is necessary.
How do we know whether it is or isn't necessary?
It could be super-useful but we don't know because there's no context.
@Marcus Gellermark The design is cool but the toggle is pointless. Why would anyone toggle a switch to enter his email address when a field is already available? Agreed with @Daryl Ginn's point
@Emma Walker @Davey Heuser
Okay of course if it was a regular email input you're totally right. But the thing is this:
This is for giving a gift to a friend. We already have the email to this person so we will fill it in for you. So, either we choose to have email-sharing on by default or have your friends email as a pre-filled suggestion. So to not make it a bitch so you have to clear the pre populated input field you can just turn email sharing off.
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@Marcus Gellermark yes that makes sense, the switched off state made it confusing ;)
@Nathan Yates In most cases, it's not necessary. And, the initial explanation didn't clarify it's validity. :)
Isn't it obvious that this isn't just a regular email input form?, sorry if you missed that.
So if you want to change a prefilled email adress you have to toggle a switch?
A toggle implies wether something is on or off. So either you enter an email adress or you don't. This makes zero sense in my book.
I think he means you'd have to options: Use an auto-filled email or just choose to enter other emails.
Just like choosing from a list of items or just choosing a custom item.
Our goal is to have a good experience using a product. This seems to miss that goal. Having a toggle switch next to an input field could easily confuse an user. Just my two cents.
Amazed by the discussion here! :)
@Dan Malarkey Maybe you're right. But would it be better to let the user erase the pre filled content in the input rather than switch email sharing off?
@Marcus Gellermark Maybe I'm missing more to the puzzle than what I'm seeing. When on the off-state will the user know what the toggle will signify?
@Dan Malarkey Well, the email sharing is one of the ways to share. Every way of sharing will have a toggle to switch on or off depending on how you want to deliver it. So in the context we hope it'll make sense - If not we'll rethink it. Promise.
Does it have to be a list of inputs? Why not a list of avatars with usernames you enable/disable? Maybe I misunderstood the purpose?
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