about 1 year ago
Nice man, welcome to the game
Looks nice, welcome to Dribbble :)
Interesting style for UI elements. I'd love to hear what you have planned for some of the interactions.
Looks pleasent to my eye) Although I don't understand the language of the interface)
Thanks for asking :-)
Althrough this was just a screendesign for a school exercise, I thought at first about some pseudo physics when dragging the clouds. Like a hanging mobile (or wind chimes, I hope I got this right in English).
When an orange button is clicked, the whole thing rotates-y (180deg) and zooms into the back of the cloud, where the full proposition text is displayed.
I'll upload another screen where this case is shown.
If the "plus" button is clicked, the button rotates by 45degrees and fades to red, while the button-circle in the back zooms from 0 and rotates by 180deg simultaneously. If aborted vice versa. I'm looking forward to see this in reality, maybe for another project.
The navigation-design is quite plain, after login comes a screen where you can open, create or delete your brainstorms. The off-canvas menu might be for managing participants and some settings.
thx, no worries, the text besides the text-input fields is mostly dummy text :-)
@Henrik Waffner Nice! I can see you've thought about this a lot :)
Lovely stuff, welcome to dribbble!
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