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posted 2015-09-06 13:28:54 +0300

I like it, it's intuitive. It could be combined with a "reverse peek" kind of mode. What I mean by this, is that if you tap and hold a cover, it shows a full screen, blown up version of the app cover which allows you to view additional information of the app without actually "opening it" permanently. While in full screen/zoomed in mode, the user is shown a couple of actions like @Moth suggested, which would be activated by sliding to the action and releasing. These actions would also include standard actions like close and open. If the user just lets go of the hold without selecting a cover action, the full screen returns to the home screen again. This would allow you to peek into the apps and/or interact with them with a "single" gesture.

I like it, it's intuitive. It could be combined with a "reverse peek" kind of mode. What I mean by this, is that if you tap and hold a cover, it shows a full screen, blown up version of the app cover which allows you to view additional information of the app without actually "opening it" permanently. While in full screen/zoomed in mode, the user is shown a couple of actions like @Moth suggested, which would be activated by sliding to the action and releasing. These actions would also include standard actions like close and open. If the user just lets go of the hold without selecting a cover action, the full screen returns to the home screen again. This would allow you to peek into the apps and/or interact with them with a "single" gesture.gesture. The interactions could also be implemented by a pulley menu instead of buttons. So you would tap and hold to peek into the app/app cover and then pull to reveal a pulley menu.

I like it, it's intuitive. It could be combined with a "reverse peek" kind of mode. What I mean by this, is that if you tap and hold a cover, it shows a full screen, blown up screen/zoomed in version of the app cover which allows you to view additional information of the app without actually "opening it" permanently. While in full screen/zoomed in mode, the user is shown a couple of actions like @Moth suggested, which would be activated by sliding to the action and releasing. These actions would also include standard actions like close and open. If the user just lets go of the hold without selecting a cover action, the full screen screen/zoom in returns to the home screen again. This would allow you to peek into the apps and/or interact with them with a "single" gesture. The interactions could also be implemented by a pulley menu instead of buttons. buttons/icons. So you would tap and hold to peek into the app/app cover and then pull to reveal a pulley menu.

I like it, it's intuitive. It could be combined with a "reverse peek" kind of mode. What I mean by this, is that if you tap and hold a cover, it shows a full screen/zoomed in version of the app cover which allows you to view additional information of the app without actually "opening it" permanently. While in full screen/zoomed in mode, the user is shown a couple of actions like @Moth suggested, which would be activated by sliding to the action and releasing. These actions would also include standard actions like close and open. If the user just lets go of the hold without selecting a cover action, the full screen/zoom in returns to the home screen again. This would allow you to peek into the apps and/or interact with them with a "single" gesture. The interactions could also be implemented by a pulley menu instead of buttons/icons. So you would tap and hold to peek into the app/app cover and then pull to reveal a pulley menu.menu and select your cover action from there. After selecting the action the zoomed in/full screen cover returns to the home screen.

I like it, @Moth's idea, it's intuitive. It could be combined with a "reverse peek" kind of mode. What I mean by this, is that if you tap and hold a cover, it shows a full screen/zoomed in version of the app cover which allows you to view additional information of the app without actually "opening it" permanently. While in full screen/zoomed in mode, the user is shown a couple of actions like @Moth suggested, which would be activated by sliding to the action and releasing. These actions would also include standard actions like close and open. If the user just lets go of the hold without selecting a cover action, the full screen/zoom in returns to the home screen again. This would allow you to peek into the apps and/or interact with them with a "single" gesture. The interactions could also be implemented by a pulley menu instead of buttons/icons. So you would tap and hold to peek into the app/app cover and then pull to reveal a pulley menu and select your cover action from there. After selecting the action the zoomed in/full screen cover returns to the home screen.