• Daniel FischerDaniel Fischer, almost 9 years ago

    Less? Seems more intrusive to me.

    4 points
  • Updula LeeUpdula Lee, almost 9 years ago

    My eyes were focusing on the center of the page for 3 seconds when I launched it.

    I won't use this.

    2 points
  • Drew ShimomuraDrew Shimomura, almost 9 years ago

    i dig. I'd try putting the close "X" in the top right corner, 1 because it would stay in the same place, no matter the size of the image ( a sort of 2nd level Fitt's law? where if the object stays in place it's easier to click?), and 2 because that's the standard place to put a close button for a lightbox.

    There may be a good reason not to do this, but it'd be worth a shot.

    1 point
  • Mason LawlorMason Lawlor, almost 9 years ago

    I think you're onto something with the photo lightbox, I would consider using it if it was the right match for the project. But never for a video. Just seems so wrong to have a video not symmetrical on the page. The photo not so much because some photos are just for glancing, but whereas a video is a focal point, just seems wrong.

    0 points
  • Giulio MichelonGiulio Michelon, almost 9 years ago

    I'd love to push the page on the left and stretch it on 1/3 of the screen. Maybe I'll fork this :)

    More than this good job: it looks super clean.

    0 points
  • Casey BrittCasey Britt, almost 9 years ago

    I think this is great. No real reason other than it feels fresh and different to me.

    0 points
  • Justin ToonJustin Toon, almost 9 years ago

    I'm always interested to see new lightbox solutions but while this is interesting I just don't think this would lure me away from Colorbox.

    0 points
  • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, almost 9 years ago

    I like this very much. Not sure what I would use this for yet though.

    0 points
  • Will BakerWill Baker, almost 9 years ago

    I don't like lightboxes in general, but I think this is much better than the alternatives.

    It's probably a personal preference thing, but I'd need the overlay to come from the left, not the right. Coming from the right, abutting the scrollbar, feels very wrong. It also puts the X on the left, which, though we're all used to it on OS X, still feels totally weird on a webpage. Especially since I'm used to just Cmd + W/Qing my way out of every window.

    Kinda nice to see some play in this space, though. Full-bleed images aren't exactly pushing screen layouts forward.

    0 points