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Looking for some examples of gestural interaction designs for switching quickly between different time horizons – e.g. day, week, month, year, multiple years

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closed as not constructive by JonW Aug 22 '12 at 8:02

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Some more context would help with answering this. Are we talking about a time horizon on a graph, or a facebook style timeline display of information, or switching between views of a calendar, or something different entirely? – rsparis Aug 22 '12 at 2:02
Hi Faith. I'm afraid asking questions requesting examples of X isn't constructive to a Q&A website - you'd just end up with a load of answers containing links, none of them would be considered a correct answer. However if you can edit your question so it's something specific you're asking, such as "I am trying to determine a suitable method of zooming in on a timeline using gestures. My current suggestion is 'X' but this doesn't work because of 'Y' so I'm looking for a better alternative..." something like that is possible to specifically answer. – JonW Aug 22 '12 at 8:05

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