Putting together the Interfaces page of my design portfolio and this is one of the items on it.
about 2 years ago
Make the checkmark green and you have a winner!
I'm with Joe on this one, green checkmark would definitely add a bit to it. Also, love the idea behind the "Various user-facing bits". Are those interfaces for actual projects or are they random experiences?
@Joe - I was thinking more of adding a trumpet sound. That'd be kinda classy I think :)
@Samuel - All actual projects... though some are more finished than the others.
The simplicity is amazing!
@Andre - Thanks, much appreciated.
by Alex Pankratov
This is the last piece to go into the Interaction section of the portfolio. The GIF is quite large, over 4 megs, so do show some patience.
This is a variation of a stacked menu, whereby opened submenus are collected at the top and the active submenu of choices sits at the bottom. What makes this particular menu different is an ability to navigate to its every corner without needing to change current selection.
Second notable thing is the "currently selected" link at the top line that appears only when the user clicks away from the submenu containing the current selection. It may not look like much, but this ability to always "reset" the menu to its selection-centric state is what make this menu actually usable. It allows synch'ing up the menu with the page content when it's not immediately clear where the current page belongs in the menu.
In any case, here's the production version. Any thoughts or comments are welcome.
about 2 years ago
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