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about 1 year ago
Love the cold color of the nav bar.
That a global warming icon? :p
Oh really nice. Is there a reason the two icons have different styles?
@Kerem Suer Al Gore's got nothing on me...
The globe is an inactive state for the notifications.
And great globe icon.
Why does the watch image break the grid? Is it going to be a horizontal slider? If not, I'd bring it back into the grid to tighten everything up.
@Nathan Yates it would be the same experience as the Facebook app.
@Bobby Giangeruso Just because Facebook does it, doesn't mean its the correct way to do it. Just look at their sidebar.
Personally, I dont think breaking grid for the sake of 8 pixels is good practice.
@Nathan Yates I don't think the 8 pixels is such a huge thing to get knickers in a knot. It's just something the client requested, theres no real UX issue with doing it this way, and personally, I actually like how it floats over the container.
But thanks for your input!
I like how the image floats too — but maybe a small corner radius would make it feel more attached to the container?
@Nathan Yates Not saying it would be the "correct way to do it" but to me it makes sense. So, I thought mentioning Facebook would give you a better hands-on visual of what @James ✌ concept is.
I think it's dope either way.
@James ✌ Right on, not a UX issue more of a margins & grid issue, but I suppose it places more emphasis on product which is good.
is that the gowalla rainbow bar i'm spying up top? ;)
@James ✌ You already know this is killing it. The only thing I'd try on the globe icon is to make the circle line the same width as the lines on the left (or visa versa).
Is there a reason why the nav bar is so tall? I'd stick to the guidelines and keep it at 88px @2x.
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