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Settings screen for the app
2 months ago
Like this iCloud sync switch!
The inner shadow on the icloud sync switch might be a bit too harsh? It gives a sort of fuzzy/unclean look because it blends a bit with the outside area.
You should change the checkboxes to radio buttons and the slide button to checkbox ;)
I like the toggle, but it feels a bit wide. Perhaps, because the checkmark is misaligned. Also, what @Ion Turcanu said.
Great work, guys.
i think the toggle could use some more love on its edges to round em out...
Consider how small all the text is in the dark area. (Compare to the status bar text.)
Just not a fan of those check marks... I'd rather see an angled one in there and not the type that tapers off. I think it would fit the design better.
like that slider!
Finally a settings screen that looks nice, good job !
Radios vs. Checkboxes. A checkboxes which acts like a radio button is a bad idea imo. Other than that it's pretty sleek.
Feels like the checkmark inside the switch is a tad small and feels too far left. My humble opinion. Dig it otherwise.
How does the icon inside the slider look if rotated 45degrees?
@Sean O'Grady @Paul Rodriguez I'm gonna give that a try, thanks!
@Andreas Kuefer @Jérémy Stenuit thanks dudes!
@Louie Mantia @♜ Monsieur Didi ♜ @Andreas Ubbe Dall @Haziq Mir Agreed, thanks!
@Ion Turcanu @Arun Pattnaik I hear ya. I've actually seen check boxes used in the same fashion as radio buttons too. I think either interaction can make sense it just depends on the content / context of what the user is checking / selecting.
@Anthony Fonte ya, you may be right. However, I'm already using this style of check mark throughout app and feel like angled check marks are everywhere these days :)
Love it ! Great shapes and buttons !
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