- Implemented Spatial UI – a fluid content interface to enable a continuous reading experience that supports both dark and light modes
- Integrated the new blog with their existing stack to reduce adoption barriers for developers and content creators
- Created a custom media player with sound wave visualisation and minimalist controls
- Delivered an efficient content quoting and sharing feature for Twitter
Spatial UI – a fluid and continuous reading experience in dark & light modes
Dovetail’s Spatial UI design specification was created to provide a seamless reading experience across text, video, and audio content types. Implementing the subtleties of the design required technically complex front-end solutions. We delivered a highly immersive standard on web that’s typically only achievable with native tooling and devices.
A custom Media Player to align with Outlier’s Branded-content experience
The Spatial UI spec demanded a media player interface that looked and felt like a natural extension of the brand. We built a custom solution for video and audio playback with controls and waveform animations that feel at home in the interface.
A seamless content quoting and sharing feature for Twitter
The ability for readers to seamlessly share content without interrupting their reading flow was an important requirement of the project. We took sharing one step further with a Select & Share feature that lets readers post their favourite article excerpts directly to Twitter, and trims the selected content to the required tweet length.
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