I've been messing around with some animations for this cool app and just wanted to share a simple one with you all. I find AE an awesome and easy tool for animations prototyping.
Will keep sharing more updates and cool animations, so stay tuned :)
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9 months ago
I really like the design overall. Just one little niggle in terms of usability. I'm wondering if a user response is required (tapping the OK button) here? It might be better towards workflow to simply notify the user it's been copied to clipboard. And on that, perhaps you can go one step further and add a less obtrusive way of notifying the user the URI has been copied? While the whole process does make the app cooler and more fleshed out, it also degrades workflow.
Just some thoughts.
@William Szilveszter totally agree and 100% sure I will do it for this case.. I also have confirmation popups (Yes/No) and wanted to show how the interaction of them actually works. I should have used those for this animation instead :p
Thanks for mentioning though :) Always appreciated :)
Glad to be of help. Again, I love the freshness and cleanliness of the design itself.
You should check out Time And Motion studies. Made famous by Gilbreth, they looked at brick layers and found ways to make them more efficient. Here's the original video: http://youtu.be/lDg9REgkCQk
I find this helps tons with my own designs. Essentially make an app. Set out the controls and workflow as best you can. Then start trimming interactions. You'll ultimately cut back on many needless actions that hinder productivity. For example, if your function called for 4 taps and you got it down to 2, you will have double productivity. Imagine that on a global scale if you can make your app twice as fast to get something done? It all starts with objective data ;)
@William Szilveszter, totally agree. Thanks for sharing, will definitely have a look at those studies :)
Wow @Daniela Alves I'm impressed!
Wow reallyyy Nice sis!! Lovely design And i also love that sweet animation
Great job. I agree with some comments above, it's not clear to a user that by tapping the link it will be copied to the clipboard.
One idea would be style the URL box with a white background and a dotted border, and insert some sort of "clip" or "copy" icon to the right of the text.
Or find a way to remove the need to even tap the link by showing an alert as mentioned by @William Szilveszter.
Looking forward to next iteration!
@William Took my words, great advice on the less obtrusive way to notify the user.
I'd also like to point out the consistency you are being able to keep throughout the app (as seen on the other shots you dribbled), that's important! Great work!
looks great, what did you use for the animation? AE?
@Rodrigo Parra thanks :) Yeah, AE works fine for me :)
thanks for sharing @Daniela Alves :)
I'm on love with these colors :)
6 months ago
I really want to say your avatar's cool and beautiful!
5 days ago
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