Simulating squishy rubber (elastomer) buttons, inspired by designs on Dribbble
I could press them all day - it's like playing with bubble-wrap! Yummy!
They almost cry out for a squishy sound effect...
So awesome mate! Love these!
In the continuing debate between 'flat' and 'real' looking design on the web, I'd say this is a W in the 'real' column.
Amazing! Can imagine how they would feel in real life perfectly.
How the hell do you guys figure out how to master CSS gradients like this?
Ridiculous! It looks like the blur filter is key here.
Awesome, want to touch it so much!
Evil! I couldn't stop clicking them!
I just want to poke them through my screen! Fantastic creation!
Crazyyyy buttons :P
I am just clicking and clicking :D awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
IT FEELS SO GOOD!!!
Lovely buttons. :)
this is too cray
Great animation. I always struggle with finding the right balance when doing click -> dark to light (but still darker than before click)
Looks really awesome! The gradients on these are just amazing and the buttons just look so real and rubbery. I do have one little nitpick. The bottom edge of the plus does not move at all - I would expect it to go a bit up when the button is pressed and it scales down - and so it breaks the illusion a bit.
Wow, they look so real you wanna bite them.. :)
holy hell that is nice
Great work. Very realistic! But honestly, how long time did you spend until you were satisfied with the transition?
Good grief that's ridiculously cool.
Really nice work_○°
Great work man
Dude, this is AWESOME
Joined the party late on this one, but these are amazing man
Looks like I'm getting here late too but these are just too cool! I could keep clicking all day!
Genius! Im just starting to code, stuff like this gets me super exited. How could I change the circle into a square?
Awesome stuff! blurring everything 1px really does add to the 3D-render look & feel. and I thought I had gone overboard with box-shadows on this one http://codepen.io/drewendly/pen/BzwbQX
Very beautiful ;)
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