Set your location


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  1. Julia Khusainova Julia Khusainova

    Part of the project I've been working.
    I've been playing around with this form for some time now and had quite a few versions of it. I think this is the latest.

    The flow goes like this:

    1. You allow the app to determine your location automatically

    2. Or you can click no and set it manually on the map.

    3. Clicking on the map will bring the popover where you can confirm this your current location or close it (decline).

    You also see the number of nearby friends found for this location.

    Full pixels. Feedback is welcome as always! Thanks guys.


    about 1 year ago

  2. Corey Haggard Corey Haggard

    Oh shiiiz, this looks killer.


    about 1 year ago

  3. Jack Bingham Jack Bingham

    Hey Julia, this project looks awesome! Some feedback for the attachment:

    - The Units area looks a little unbalanced with just two units in that space. It also looks like the grey box extends further than the right hand side of the slider / map etc.
    - Your titles and spacing beneath them and the secondary sentence are inconsistent. Privacy has a large gap beneath compared to Settings.
    - The Yes/No text looks a couple Pt sizes too small compared to all the other selectable elements. You can remove "to" from the sentence just to the left of those too.
    - The map info bubble looks great with clear info. I'd maybe push the whole box down a touch so it's closer to the marker on the map.

    Hope you don't mind me leaving those thoughts!


    about 1 year ago

  4. Julia Khusainova Julia Khusainova

    @Jack thanks so much for the detailed feedback!

    - Agree on units area, something is going to be added there, so it will be filled in. Indeed the box extends a bit further b/c I quickly resized the bottom part and the outer container to post here, Settings and Privacy are actually the same size and the outer container is 960px.

    - Actually Yes/No are intentionally made smaller as secondary buttons. Is that confusing?

    - I'll tweak that bubble!

    Thanks again mate! Very much appreciated :)

    about 1 year ago

  5. Jack Bingham Jack Bingham

    No worries. I don't think Yes/No being smaller is confusing, it's just something that maybe users will want to control easily.

    Looking forward to seeing this project live!


    about 1 year ago

  6. Avinash Tripathi Avinash Tripathi

    lovely work @Julia Khusainova


    about 1 year ago

  7. Arvie M Rana Arvie M Rana

    Nice work :)


    about 1 year ago

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