What do you think? If you were to see Loaned and Borrowed with arrows, would it be sensible? Scannable enough?
3 months ago
I feel like it should read "You Loaned this to Susan L. 3 weeks ago" or "Loaned to Susan L. 3 weeks ago"
Same with borrowed. I feel like the time, should be a time stamp thats easily recognizable and differentiated from the rest. So then the user can easily see title of thing loaned or borrowed, red = loaned, green = borrowed, time stamp. Usually if someone loans or borrows something they have a general sense of time, who it was to, and how long ago, you are just supporting them with quick to digest snippets.
@Joe Anderson thanks for the feedback Joe! I started moving the pieces around (loaned/borrowed, time, name) and separated the time stamp out to the right. http://o7.no/YPeNLp
I like the direction that's going in; much more scannable. Two things:
1) I'd still use the "Borrowed from" and "Loaned to" microcopy. Enforces the directionality a bit more.
2) The visual style here seems built around hard edges and corners (mostly; looks like there might be a 1px radius). The arrows, though, are super round, and so they actually look a little out-of-place to me. Might be worth trying it with sharper arrows, who knows. :)
Agree with @Tony about the language. I do wonder if the timestamp needs that much visual weight. I could see things like giving it more visual weight if you've borrowed something for too long, etc. It really depends on what is being borrowed and loaned and how important the time is on that. Like if I lend my friend a CD, as long as I know it's still loaned to him that's sufficient enough.
by Susan Lin ❤
A concept too beholden to a nice image –
The final UI is somewhere in between, influenced mostly by the brightened colors.
11 days ago
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