• wojtek w.wojtek w., over 6 years ago

    The visuals are very appealing.

    Unfortunately this concept is unusable from a UX standpoint. Menu items change place on the x-axis, which makes your current placement very confusing when you navigate to a different page.

    It would have been better if menu items were laid out on the y-axis, since you're pulling the navigation down. It's more natural that way, current placement is clearly indicated (and can be even more clear by highlighting it), and there is more space to show the items.

    15 points
    • Manas VazeManas Vaze, over 6 years ago

      Agree here . Menu items need to move and lock on the y-axis. Also i think by using a more appropriate button icon and having some initial animation to indicate a pull down could make it more obvious!

      0 points
    • solidox multsolidox mult, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )


      0 points
  • Gianni PinottoGianni Pinotto, over 6 years ago

    This concept is quite similar to the one used to navigate options in the Jolla phone. You pull down and from the top the various options appear, and when you stop, the selected one activates. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zq6ceWmtoqM#t=30

    9 points
  • David DarnesDavid Darnes, over 6 years ago

    Is there an example of this without all the presentation stuff? I'm on mobile an ironically it doesn't work :/

    3 points
  • Tiago FrancoTiago Franco, over 6 years ago

    My first impulse was to pull to refresh. Pulling up and down to make the list scroll left and right feels counter-intuitive and, honestly, gimmick. It's refreshing, even if not very practical.

    3 points
  • Bastien WilmotteBastien Wilmotte, over 6 years ago

    This with an iPhone 6 and 6+ and other device of the same size is just impossible, bad UX.

    1 point
    • Sammy GuergachiSammy Guergachi, over 6 years ago

      Exactly what I was going to say. And you can't bring the menu to the bottom in thumb area to drag up because that would also be bad UX. Looks clever, but overall not an improvement.

      0 points
  • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, over 6 years ago

    This doesn't work on mobile, which is disappointing.

    1 point
  • Vince MeaseVince Mease, over 6 years ago

    Down vote. I got it after a couple of tries but If you lose the user on the first attempt, you've likely lost them forever. DN isn't the best test bed for this kind of thing. We're more inquisitive and thus forgiving.

    Your mom would just be frustrated. My mom would be at least.

    No, this isn't an invitation to start "your mom..." jokes.

    1 point
  • Milosz FalinskiMilosz Falinski, over 6 years ago

    I really like the concept! Like Jasper said, it's not too obvious or usable as it is, but maybe with some additional interactions (eg. bounce when user taps the icon instead of pulls it) and some more graphical way to highlight what is currently being selected, this could be really usable.

    1 point
  • Mordechai Levi, over 6 years ago

    Love this. If someone has a working iOS demo I would LOVE to see it. Great work.

    0 points
  • Dani ReuvenDani Reuven, over 6 years ago

    Nice work ! I like the concept but i'd ask these questions before anything is done:

    1. What happened with 5 or 6 or 7 options in this navigation ?

    2. How could it become an obvious interaction for users ? Why does it better than existing solutions ?

    And after lots of user testing, iterations and gained confidence: 3. Do i have the Balls to release this unfamiliar and unique navigation style ?

    0 points
  • Onur SentureOnur Senture, over 6 years ago

    It looks great visually. But... UX is more important than the visuality... -_-

    0 points
  • Hmphry xHmphry x, over 6 years ago

    Very interesting concept.

    0 points
  • Adam T.Adam T., over 6 years ago

    I like this. I think it'd work better if they were stacked vertically instead of horizontally, thus pulling "further" to reach a menu item that's higher up.

    0 points
  • Robin RaszkaRobin Raszka, over 6 years ago

    Not really new. Probably inspired by Sailfish OS where the UX is actually much better because it's vertical, not horizontal (doesn't make sense to me).

    See the original here (0:06)

    0 points
  • Ben FalardeauBen Falardeau, over 6 years ago

    I don't think it's a good idea either. Nice concept tho. But not user friendly. Took me a certain time to fully get it at first.

    0 points
  • Luboš VolkovLuboš Volkov, over 6 years ago

    I can imagine this working. In some mobile cases. Good job.

    0 points
  • Clinton HalpinClinton Halpin, over 6 years ago

    This is great. Could work nicely on desktop too, shame that its in that silly phone frame!

    0 points
  • Stephen MeszarosStephen Meszaros, over 6 years ago

    Very interesting concept indeed. I agree that there are quite a few UX concerns here, namely that an interaction like this will suffer from recall.

    All of the comments in regards to placing the menu items on the y-axis are certainly worth considering, however I'd be more concerned about wether or not users would recall this — which I doubt.

    Also, when tapping the hamburger icon should the menu UI not pop open as well? Seems odd that the views just change without any context.

    0 points
  • Taulant SulkoTaulant Sulko, over 6 years ago

    I would probably try something like this from the bottom edge of the display since most of the phones now have huge screens and top corners can be hard to reach.

    0 points
  • Tyler TreadwellTyler Treadwell, over 6 years ago

    I think this is a great concept. Although before introducing it to a user, insert a little tool tip / animation, that demonstrates how to use it. That should stop all the fuss.

    0 points
  • solidox multsolidox mult, over 6 years ago

    I like the idea of a one-gesture menu selection, but I feel arranging the items vertically would be more intuitive, since you pull down.

    You'd gradually uncover and select the active item.

    0 points
  • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, over 6 years ago

    not the most usable thing in the world, but very interesting concept

    0 points
  • David AlandíDavid Alandí, over 6 years ago


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