Things are going well. I moved the player to somewhere else and added a search modal. I'm aware that the search icon isn't great yet ;)
over 1 year ago
Really like the colors and sense of material / depth. At the same time it's a simple UI without noise. Great work.
Looking good. My feedback:
- extend the handle on the magnifying glass.
- add a darker or lighter background to the left of the progress slider to show what has been played.
@Elliot thanks for the feedback. I agree on the icon. But why do I have to show a lighter background what you've played before? It's in almost every progress bar, but I don't understand why. The handle shows you where you are, and what's on the left is of course what you've played. So, I think it's not necessary.
@Jonno Riekwel I have just seen your previous shot. I prefer how you handled the progress bar in the previous one, the layout is much better in this one though. It comes down to personal preference i guess.
Great work, really like it.
The only thing I'd do is move the icons in the navigation (apart from the user arrow) up 1px to align it with the text.
How come you made the icons darker than the text?
Like how simple and clean this is Jonno! Very well crafted. I agree with Elliot on the progress bar. It almost looks like it could be confused with a volume slider versus a progress bar. I do think you could use what you have now, but with some way of being able to show what's already been played. I'm definitely no UI expert, so don't judge me if my terminology isn't correct! :p
@Jared Granger hey, thanks, you make a good point, it does indeed look like a volume slider. I didn't think of that. Thanks :)
Not sure if the icons work well. Rest is perfecto.
Dope music selection.
love the uis so much!
This looks better. I think @Elliot is right, seems more like scaling toggle (e.g. volume setting) than progress bar, but its definitely up to you :)
- length of search loupe handle
- thickness of the star to correspond more with the heart and loupe
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