Very minimalistic and flat, I love it!
9 months ago
I don't think the icon that triggers this tooltip says something about the function that's behind it
@Davey Heuser Yeah, I'm ditching that icon. This is just a concept.
Here's what I think:
- That green is too bright.
- Both A's don't differentiate in size enough.
- Both A's aren't vertically, centre aligned to the slider UI.
- The grey bar is too thin.
- The tooltip is too tall.
+ what @Davey Heuser mentioned.
I agree with Daryl that the tooltip is (slightly) too tall and that the green is too bright. But, besides that this looks nice. Love the minimalism and flat design.
I would also change the glyph / icon that triggers the tooltip to something that better represents ' font-size '. Possibly an 'A' with a vertical up and down arrow on the same-line to the right of it.
@Daryl Ginn I QUIT I QUIT
this is very nice, thank you for sharing Ari
by Donald Johns
So what if the font was dynamic? Just one letter to show how big or small it will look? Just a quick shot at it... Thanks
9 months ago
by Ilja Miskov
Flat designs is a new designers trend now. So, why not?
PS: Sorry for reuploading. Just made a gif.
I love it!
by Mihai Serban
A quick rebound. Designed in a non-flat style.
by Mark Hendriks
@Ari Great work. I do not know if hamburger icon (which is trend for menu) is best choice for changing font size. I'd recommend to use letter A. This is my Serif version.
by Bruno Maia
Integrated with a toolbar. The bottom border of the toolbar surrounds the button displaying the font size slider. The legend follows the mouse cursor when the size is being changed.
wow we got a lot if ideas out of this shot ... awesome!
by Chelsea Lee
by Riki Tanone
After a whole day of doing nothing but wireframes, I needed a different kind of design to power down.
by Mademoiselle Lychee
Font size slider.
4 months ago
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