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Hello, everyone, do you still remember the open-source project that I worked with team @Ramotion before? It based on one part of my toFind project, and I tried to create a set of four directional multi-dimensional controller.
I received a lot of feedback from my previous work, the more common problems are as follows:
1> If there are a lot of cards exist, how to provide a control method to avoid the user can only be left and right to find their favorite content?
2> Is the multiple representation of the card too complicated?
So I made this shot to try to answer those questions. The multiple representation of the card is necessary, not only can better stripping of the different levels of information, but also give the user a better choice of rights.
In this shot, I redefine the pull down operation, in order to give the user a more quick view of all the cards, and I will show the up-slide operation in my next work.
Any feedback would be helpful, thank you guys :)
Video data files from Studio Aiko
Got inspiration from @Gleb Kuznetsov✈ 's work - Time Lapse Cards
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