Another solution for iPhone X scrolling by embracing the notch.

5 years ago from , Design at Blush

Hi, guys. I think we may have another feasible solution for delightful scrolling on the iPhone X by embracing the notch. This exploration champions usability by lowering cognitive load when encompassing the shape of the device by rotating and repositioning the content when scrolling. Simple, yet powerful!

I would love to hear your feedback. Thank you.



  • Pablo Stanley, 5 years ago

    Hi, guys. Here's another appealing solution that maximizes readability and user engagement

    Magnificent Prototype Here

    25 points
  • Parvez SParvez S, 5 years ago

    That's Courage.

    20 points
  • Andrew WilshereAndrew Wilshere, 5 years ago


    8 points
  • dishant sharma, 5 years ago

    Iphone x is really awesome

    6 points
    • Lucian MarinLucian Marin, 5 years ago

      No, it's not. But it can easily be fixed with software. Top/bottom black bars with same height will do it.

      1 point
      • Stuart McCoyStuart McCoy, 5 years ago

        Then what's the point of the edge to edge bezel? If you want black bars at the top and bottom buy a Samsung S8. Personally I have no problem with the notch and don't see the utter disdain it's received. Apple's design/development solution of safe areas solved the issue quite nicely.

        0 points
        • Lucian MarinLucian Marin, 5 years ago

          Top/bottom black bars on iPhone X won't be simple bezels. They will display information at the top and help you perform gestures easily at the bottom. Design is obvious in this case.

          Also, it will ease app development. No need to support the notch and the home indicator.

          1 point
      • Tony Phipps, 5 years ago

        It's almost as if designer don't like doing their job. Finding interesting and novel ways to incorporate device limitations and maintain effective communication is what should excite us as designers, should it?

        0 points
        • Jackson Pollock, 5 years ago

          You know when you are hired to continue the work of a terrible designer? That's how I feel when I have to deal with the hardware intrusion on this screen. It's not that I don't like doing my job, it's that I prefer to work with people that share my design priorities.

          0 points
  • Andy Santos-JohnsonAndy Santos-Johnson, 5 years ago

    Simply Magical. This is top-notch work!

    4 points
  • Hussain Raja, 5 years ago

    If this type of animation happens with content that the user needs to read, wouldn't this be distracting?

    3 points
    • Brendan Appe, 5 years ago

      The user just needs to anticipate the text rotation and tilt their head accordingly.

      19 points
  • Nik RajpalNik Rajpal, 5 years ago

    spicey meme, my friend I congratulate you

    3 points
  • Jan ZhengJan Zheng, 5 years ago

    could I please have the CSS for this

    2 points
  • Aaron SAaron S, 5 years ago


    1 point
  • Andrew ClarkeAndrew Clarke, 5 years ago

    You can’t be serious!

    0 points
  • Gokhan KurtGokhan Kurt, 5 years ago

    ain't funny anymore.

    0 points
  • Erhan D'SilvaErhan D'Silva, 5 years ago

    That's nice. I like how the text disappears off screen. It's like playing peek-a-boo with your phone.

    0 points
  • James LaneJames Lane, 5 years ago

    Could we see it with a full web page? I'm loving this technique! Simple... but effective. Great job.

    0 points