Here's a big preview of the modal that appears when clicking on the search icon. I'm thinking of using a similar effect that Ben Cline used on the National Park app. Will see. Not sure yet :)
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almost 2 years ago
Looks good, I really like the "pop up effect" in the National Park app.
Yes me too man. I'm still thinking about another transition so it's not exactly the same though. Will see :)
Love the dept
@Julien Renvoye I still love pop-up's comming from the top, maybe you can try something that way.
looking great! waiting to see the live version :) and @Lukas Bugla and @Julien Renvoye I love the National Park app very much. BTW, Awesome design. Best of luck!
you are great @Julien Renvoye killing me :(
great idea i love it!
nice! really nice
This is just amazing! Those switches! The type! Perfect. Always loving your work Julien...
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) @Julien Renvoye Personally I'm torn about effect used in National Parks. It looks slick but it makes it feel like you're taking action on the UI rather than the actual content itself.
Thumbs up except the fonts used, not a fan on it :)
love the switches... great work
Looks great, we just did the same effect on an app and it ended up being very cool on the iPhone. I'd say prototype it and see what you feel about it for this app... The switches are wonderful!
Du beau travail @Julien Renvoye. Vraiment aimer beaucoup cela!
Why the black borders on the side? It looks like the whole app was sized down somehow.
Looks very clean, we specially like to buttons, lovely!
really great Julien!
looks great my child!
Thanks guys! Will see if this app will see the light one day :)
Pure hotness. Puts my job app to shame. I love this interaction pattern. Loved the National parks app. Looking forward to see it develop!
@Guido Bouman Yes, the back view is sized down and animated into the back. Check out the National Parks app to see interaction.
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