Squire audio and subtitle UI

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13 Responses

  1. Jonatan Castro Jonatan Castro

    Working with my great friend Fernando on this lovely application. Follow http://www.twitter.com/squireapp for updates :).

    If you want to see more screenshots, go here http://www.flickr.com/photos/sylion/

    over 3 years ago

  2. Louis Harboe Louis Harboe

    Great use for "wheels," can't wait to see more.

    likes

    over 3 years ago

  3. Jonatan Castro Jonatan Castro

    Thanks for the love Louis and everyone for the likes.

    What do you guys think about the Save button? I see it a bit unnecessary but at the same time I'm afraid average users will need it :/

    over 3 years ago

  4. Peter Burdette Peter Burdette

    I agree with your assessment on the save button. I'd say keep it b/c even though it may not be needed it does keep it all in balance quite nicely. Great work btw. =P

    (Also does the Save button slide? If it does, does it change to Cancel?)

    over 3 years ago

  5. Edward Sanchez Edward Sanchez

    I definitely don't dig the save button as it is. Why not put it as a real button under the 2 wheels? Would be more conventional and would make more sense too.

    Is this for iOS or Mac? (never know these days with Mac apps looking like iOS ones) :-P

    Really looking forward to trying it out though!

    over 3 years ago

  6. Jonatan Castro Jonatan Castro

    @Peter: umm Save button has two options: Save and Save for all. Anyway you can confirm the changes without having to go to the Save button, which is great for "experienced" users :O

    @Edward: the reason to put it on the side is because the flow as it makes sense to move from left to right to select the different "wheels"and up/down to select options on each one. If you put it on under the two wheels some users will try to go down but they will be just turning the wheels, quite confusing in my opinion

    This is a Mac application, but we're going to have iOS remotes, and more :)

    Thank you, guys!.

    over 3 years ago

  7. Mac Tyler Mac Tyler

    Pixel perfect! :)

    over 3 years ago

  8. Edward Sanchez Edward Sanchez

    @Jonatan so when you get to Save you can slide it up/down to get Save for all? If that's the case then it kind of makes sense. Still an awkward UI choice really. If I were you I'd experiment with other solutions - since this doesn't follow conventions in any way you may make the user "think" - and we all know we don't like to think! ;-)

    over 3 years ago

  9. Perceval McElhearn Perceval McElhearn

    I don't think the Save button should have the form of a picker. You spin the wheels to choose between the available options, but clicking the button means saving those options so it can't be the same type of interaction.

    Here's two ideas:
    - Two buttons on the right; a green one for "Save", and a gray one, maybe smaller, for "Save for All", beneath it.
    - One green button for "Save" with a "Save for All" checkbox beneath it, sort of like a "Remember me" option on a login form.

    Anyway, this is looking great.

    over 3 years ago

  10. Jonatan Castro Jonatan Castro

    @Edward: exactly!. Well I'm not sure if it's the best approach but I think it's pretty straightforward, the panel opens and you chose your audio and subtitle options, not really a complex UI!

    @Perceval: remember we won't have a mouse pointer here, so it's sounds really complex to deal with checkboxes and stuff, it needs to be really really simple! Thanks for the suggestions anyway!

    over 3 years ago

  11. Perceval McElhearn Perceval McElhearn

    I thought you said it was a Mac app? Or is this only for the iOS remotes?

    over 3 years ago

  12. Jonatan Castro Jonatan Castro

    It's a mac app, but fullscreen, like plex

    over 3 years ago

  13. Alan van Roemburg - The Graphic Order Alan van Roemburg - The Gr...

    Really loving this! Great work mate.

    over 3 years ago

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