Folding colour panels for an app I am currently working on.
over 1 year ago
The back button seems a bit too big to me
Clever. Me likey. One of the laws of simplicity is to "hide" elements. i think this hides the controls for the color in an expected and delightful way.
I agree with @Sean Duhame, but only (specifically speaking of a key function) if it's easily accessible without knowledge OR the user is shown that that element is there before hand. (like a subtle animation, in this case, it could be the colours folding down or sliding in, etc. Of course you wouldn't want to get too garish)
Either way, I love the presentation & style of this! :D
I love the hidden buttons, and also agree with @Cory Hughes points. It's not an entirely new interaction, since people slide list items left or right to reveal the delete button, but I'm not sure I would try that on this page without some sort of visual cue.
@Matt Johnston "visual cue" - I was looking for the correct words, you found them! :P
@Cory Hughes very good point. I appreciate the feedback as I hadn't thought of this! I'm possibly thinking of adding a cue when the palette is blank to show how to add/edit colours, then when they come back they will understand the interaction.
You could possibly add, like @Cory Hughes mentioned, a super subtle animation. Perhaps when the page loads the colour strips could twitch just slightly, as if they are beginning to slide to the side? I love this design so much. It is the epitome of beauty in simplicity. Great job :)
Awesome. Think back button is too big. Are u coding this? If so how? I'd be interested to know.
This is a brilliant and elegant idea, man. Fantastic.
12 months ago
Thanks @Dustin Lee !
This looks really cool. Would love to see the animation once it's built!
realy cool... love the look and feel of it..a bit
11 months ago
Spledid Sir, just splendid!
dem folds !! <3
I love this kind of animation and I've also been wondering how it's coded up in iOS like @Ethan Kramer
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