HUD with a more flexible and compact volume prompt in the iOS upgrade, as shown below: Interaction logic details: Click the volume button, the volume prompt bar will enter from left to right, next to the volume physical button, and the shape is a relatively thick column, with a volume icon displayed at the bottom of the column; At this point, continue to executive email list click the volume up or down button, the volume prompt changes from a thicker column executive email list to a thinner column, and the bottom volume icon disappears; When the user does not continue to press the volume key, the thinner column exits from right to left;
After exiting the volume prompt, if the user presses the volume up or down button again within 3 seconds, the thinner column will enter from left to executive email list right; If the user clicks the volume button after 3 seconds, the thicker column still appears. By observing, we can find that there are two types of volume reminders: thick column and thin column. Why are there two ways? The author believes that the thick shape: prompts the user that "the curren executive email list t column represents the volume", but because the thicker column has a larger occlusion area, it will quickly become a thinner column to reduce occlusion.
When the phone is placed horizontally and the volume button is pressed, the volume reminder will move to the top area of the screen. The reason for this design executive email list is that the top area is more obvious, allowing users to see the volume adjustment in time and get timely feedback. Another easter egg: When the volume is adjusted to the maximum, in executive email list order to transparently convey the meaning of "the volume has been maximized", the mobile phone will give vibration feedback, and the column will also show the dynamic effect of being "pulled back". The effect is as follows: