6 articles Articles posted in UI Bits

UI Bits: iOS transition effect in slow motion

I’d love to see the research that went into when how fast some items would go and when others should appear. iOS transition effect in slow motion from Lim Chee Aun on Vimeo. This is screen-recorded using Quicktime Player. Protip: This uses the ‘Toggle Slow Animations’ option in the iPhone Simulator, under the Debug menu. **Edit** A friend, just showed me this article, “A closer look at iPhone transition animations” with more in-depth thoughts behind …

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UI Bits: Start Alarm Clock by Tack

Start is a flat ui, gestured based alarm clock and stopwatch app by Tack Mobile. Right now you can’t wake up to music, but I think they are planning on it in the future. Right now you can wake up to various sounds provided in the app and then set the app to open another app (Rdio, Path, Facebook, etc), once the alarm has gone off. The app boasts a slick & flat-ish UI, something …

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UI Bits: Android niceties

Android niceties is a tumblr with a collection of beautifully designed Android apps. *added to the UI/UX resources list (originally published on thoughtbrain)

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UI Bits: Snorelab

SnoreLab by @CreativeDash has a really nice day & night transition animation. See more designs here. (originally published on thoughtbrain)

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UI Bits: Cleartrip

I really like the way the title bar is handled on the Cleartrip App. It introduces a new way of pagination. (credit: Beautiful Pixels) (originally published on thoughtbrain)

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UI Bits: Interesting ‘Pull to refresh’ concept

Well, an iPhone app, has an interesting “pull to refresh” concept. It’s not continued throughout the rest of the app’s title bars, but its a neat little UI bit. (originally published on thoughtbrain)

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