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3 months ago
@Shaun Moynihan Looks amazing!
Looks really nice!
hi @Shaun Moynihan looks great
Looks great! Not really sure what the varied opacities of the message icons stand for though?
It bugs me that the message icon isn't vertically aligned in the cell — but its probably aligned with the name for a reason. Right?
Man, love that green.
@Jack Bingham Personally, I find it odd when things are aligned vertically by default. Tried several options and this was the best overall aesthetic. Thanks for the feedback!
@Elliot They are showing available, non-available, and those with mouseover.
Nice, love the comment icon ;)
Ah cool ok, I suppose it's easier to tell when you're actually using it. Yeah, looks good!
The gray icons - do they represent that you have a message, which you have already read? What happens if there's no messages - would the cell be empty?
Looking good - i think it might be cool if the non-available state opacity was applied to the avatar and name as well to avoid confusion.
Glad to see this alive!!
I like the interface, but I don't care about it anymore. What really has me on edge is actually the project itself :D
@Charlie Waite Nice idea. However, the users availability and the ability to message them are two separate features. More to show soon!
Figured as much! Can't wait to see more.
Shaun, what typeface are using here? It's super readable.
nice @Shaun Moynihan
I am with @Jack Bingham on this one. The message icons alignment is really buggin me.
@Tyler Howarth I agree that it's not the common place you see an icon, but why align to normal conventions when it has no impact on the user experience?
@Shaun Moynihan My only thoughts are that vertical rhythm can have strengths and weaknesses. You have two different vertical rhythms on both sides of the screen. Was the goal to break it up?
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