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  1. Mike Busby Mike Busby

    Working on a really cool web app, this is part of the menu system. We’re trying to save as much space as possible and came up with this. Works really nicely. Make sure you view it in @2x

    Check this video on my Instagram to see it working.

    I will be showing a lot more from this as it progresses.

    4 months ago

  2. Yassine Bentaieb Yassine Bentaieb

    Great solution and pretty unique way of doing it as well, nice work Mike!

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    4 months ago

  3. Mike Busby Mike Busby

    @Yassine Bentaieb Thanks :)

    4 months ago

  4. Alex Delis Alex Delis

    Amazing detail, love the icons. What's it like living in Canada by the way? Me and a friend really want to move there one day.

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    4 months ago

  5. Oscar Waczynski Oscar Waczynski

    You know what could be a nice touch? Animating the icon itself to spread slightly(vertically) when tapped so it mimics the drop down.

    4 months ago

  6. Mike Busby Mike Busby

    @Alex Delis Thanks man... well. do you like snow? you better.

    @Oscar Waczynski Yeah that would be a good idea.

    4 months ago

  7. Alex Delis Alex Delis

    @Mike Busby Yeah it's in the top 5 reasons to go.

    4 months ago

  8. Mike Busby Mike Busby

    @Alex Delis I said that at first too haha..... I'm from the UK as well. Overall Canada (toronto) is a good spot to live.

    4 months ago

  9. Andrew Lucas Andrew Lucas

    definitely reminds me of @oykun's work on Plentific, but that's certainly not a bad thing!

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    4 months ago

  10. Mike Busby Mike Busby

    @Andrew Lucas Yes I've seen his work on that particular piece, it played a roll in deciding how I designed this menu. He's got some fantastic work.

    4 months ago

  11. Cameron Dearsley Cameron Dearsley

    Very nice work man!

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    4 months ago

  12. Mike Busby Mike Busby

    @Cameron Dearsley thanks buddy :)

    4 months ago

  13. Nuruzzaman Sheikh Nuruzzaman Sheikh

    Beautiful and clean!

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    4 months ago

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