Hey @dribbble, as mentioned earlier, love the new activity indicator! But as long as you guys are taking suggestions... :)
I know I'm not the only person who is missing the old activity feed in the sidebar, but on the other hand, the superstars (the @Dash, @Eddie Lobanovskiy, @Haziq Mir, @Tanveer Junayed , etc) may become annoyed by the constant influx of notifications.
So, why not give us the best of both worlds? Why not put a link in the activity drop down below the "See all incoming activity" link that would open a 30 pixel high notification area just below Dribbble's beautiful header, and still gives you the horizontal real estate to show four shots across. And maaaaaaybe it updates on the fly... :)
That way, we can all have our cake and eat it too.
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almost 2 years ago
Very nice! I think it would make a cool pop-up when a notification happens although it might be annoying to have it there 24/7
I love it @Jeffrey Jorgensen and I want it @Dribbble
I'm not really liking it mate, sorry.
Agree with @Daryl Ginn. I would much prefer the current style, if they fix it. It does not update quickly. And they need a page for all kinds of activity.
It's another good idea.
Nice design but it makes the top a bit clustered. Good job though.
@Tanveer Junayed Thanks! @Ernest Ojeh I don't really see it being cluttered, but can definitely respect your opinion. @Haziq Mir @Daryl Ginn I appreciate your honest feedback. It's obviously not gonna be liked by everyone which is why I incorporated the ability for it to be shown, or now shown based on personal preference; which is the way every interface should be. Some things people want while others don't. And Daryl, you don't need to apologize for not liking it ;) It is just an idea. Thanks again for the feedback from all of you!
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