This is one of the UX flows I'm testing for a side project I've been working on.
It's just a small detail, people don't change their avatar that often, but still, I'm trying to make the whole experience really quick and nice.
Prototyping by @enriquealex
about 1 year ago
awesome! Details are everything...
Wow. Great idea, and great implementation! That'd be sick!
This is really awesome!
@Matt Helm @Mike Moloney Thanks guys :)
Good concept @Miguel Oliva Márquez
Nice! have you seen Airdrop in action? it has a similar progress bar.
@Leigh Hibell Just checked it, it's quite cool!, such a pity that nobody in my office really uses it. I agree, the animation is similar.
Very subtle animation... really like it. Does the "edit" tag always stay visible or is it only on hover?
The animation is nice, though I'd like to see a mouse in there to know where you are clicking on. :) Looks good!
@Anthony Fonte right now, the edit tag is always visible, if I hide it, it might be not obvious enough that you can change your avatar by clicking on it.
@Timothy Whalin nice observation, I wish I could edit the shot now
I'm gonna change my avatar everyday.
NICE concept mate!
That is brilliant! Love it!
@Jose Cruz ⚓ @Néstor Palao @Matt Mischuk @Rogie thank you guys, I really appreciate it :)
I think it looks great and I'd change my avatar just to see it. It's these little "unseen" details that make a great product
Nothing soothes the soul like a good animation :)
@Nathan Powell thank you Nathan, I think the cool thing is that you wouldn't expect an upload input to work this way for your avatar, that will be the nice detail.
@Eric Hoffman thank you very much man, I'm glad you like it :)
@Jim Silverman haha, it was a big change, I can see my forehead now!
I can look at this for hours.
Looks good. Did you make this using a gif animator?
This is really nice. Keep up the great work.
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