about 1 year ago
Damn that's sexy.
@Jeremey Fleischer This is great, would love to see this implemented. Reminds me of the effect on www.snowbird.com
wow. can i see the code... ;)
Superb ! Can't wait to see it :)
Love that interaction!
But is this the main navigation interaction for the desktop site? I see this as a great solution for the mobile version.
I don't understand the need to add one more click when you can have the whole 4 links on the top bar right from the beginning.
I kind of agree, but at the same time, it creates a nice emphasis on the homepage imagery and products without having the nav to scan as well. A litte unconventional, but I think it adds quite a flavor to it.
Nice work @Jeremey Fleischer.
really nice ;)
Love the animation. Way to push. What site is that ? I actually like the furniture.
This is very creative.
The only problem I would see would be code wise. Pushing the elements down (margin-top trasition or anything like it) can get very very laggy on browsers. Especially if there is a lot of content in the page. The browser has to move all the elements and it can be pretty heavy for it. I would, even if less sexy, go for an overlay method.
@Jeremy Sallée ✦✦✦ I completely agree. Really this was just a fun experiment to try, but I think having an overlay would be much more practical. Thanks for the feedback man!
@Chris Beach I pulled the images from Svpply. Its just a site I designed in order to experiment with this dropdown idea.
This is amazing!
Awsume , couldn't resist playing with this: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/15198233/playground/collapsemenu/index.html
@Jeremy Sallée ✦✦✦
This only changes the height of the dropdown container. And pushes content down respectively, not sure if this also creates lagg. But i don't think it will affect the performance that much.
@Gijs Rogé That's amazing! Nice work man!
I love that this breaks tradition on what's expected from the nav and enjoy the forced interaction. If we as designers don't push the limitations of what's expected, how will those limitations ever change? Nice work man!
Yeah really nice!
@Chris Williams I completely agree! Thanks for the comment man
@Jeremey Fleischer ... Of course. Keep pushing!
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