A comments button for the Glossamatic project I'm working on. More info coming soon..
Full pixels attached...
over 1 year ago
Wow that's some sexy details. :) Nice shot!
although its pretty, I can't help feeling its taking the metaphor too far. Is there any need for all that space around the content?
Maybe there is and I just can't see from this shot, but it seems wasteful potentially?
Sorry to put such a negative vibe on the shot - there's no doubt your pixel pushing is top level ossumness
@Toby Seers thanks, that's actually a very valid argument. We're struggling with that ourselves at the moment. We don't want it to look too simple/standard, but we also want to make use of as much real estate as possible for the content. We're in the process of coming up with some sort of zoom option where the pages would fill the screen someway or another, removing the chrome.
I do think it's not that much chrome at the moment to begin with, I'll upload a full shot of the book filled with photos later so you can see what I mean.
When you tap a photo it goes 'fullscreen' with comments next to it. Thats probably the way you're viewing most photos anyway!
by Rick Waalders
Here's a full page of photos for the iPad app I'm designing for Glossamatic.
This is one of the layouts. Still messing around with the comments button.
Bigger version attached.
over 1 year ago
This is a button?.. I really like the idea, but this button is way too small.. Make it bigger!
@Louka Desroziers well tapping the whole image opens the comments too, so it's basically just a counter for the comments...!
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