Be nice. Or else.
I'm so glad apps are FINALLY starting to catch on. I remember seeing these heatmaps years ago and it seemed so straightforward to move the nav to the bottom. Instead, we were using patterns from desktop and putting it all on top.
One thing I still don't get is why we still put symmetrical nav patterns. I like Google's FAB but its still in an "ow" zone. Much of the bottom nav is also in a medium pain zone.
I think what we need is more asymmetrical UI patterns that are truly ergonomic.
The biggest difficulty is not knowing if your user is right or left handed. You could ask but I also wonder if you could guess or detect L or R handed use. (Maybe by measuring touch-hit on targets)
One is just a blatant copy of NASA, these look so bad.
To add to whats been said: I'd like to see better information density. Right now they take up so much vertical space you can only see like 4 results
People want the tool but the hosting is too expensive. The CMS is amazing but its another added cost. Its a tough sell.
Are you considering any pricing structure changes? So far that has been the biggest hurdle for me in recommending Webflow to everyone I know.
np look forward to it and best of luck on your new project!
Hey can my team get trial access? This is a major problem that we havn't found a good solution to. I'd definitely push for it if it worked well for the team.
Webflow is good if you plan to use the front end code as is or build out your site on their platform.
If not I'd recommend Zeplin zeplin.io
I know what you are getting at.
For the example of material design, of course, they need it because they need to support all kinds of potential apps that will use their design framework.
Another aspect to this is that there are still users who feel the need to save. They don't trust the UI. This can be remedied by notifying the user of the status (Think gmail, saved as draft)
Be nice. Or else.
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