Human Interface Guidelines (or short: HIG) refer to a written documentation that line out common elements for a user interface. These guidelines help develop a consistent interface and user experience across a team.

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Transfer Files Across Network to FTP Site

I've designed a website to transfer files from PC's to an FTP site. However, some of these files are large in nature and I try and display update messages to the user about what's going on in the ...
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Filtering results in a given radius

I have the following structure on the server : Parent -> child object. I have around 30-40 parents which each parent has 1-10 childs. A user can search children at a given point in a given a radius, ...
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What VR like Oculus Rift formally brings?

Is there a list of operations that, when performed using an adapted VR environment (e.g. a custom interface designed for VR), have been proven to be (significantly) more efficient than when performed ...
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Are there any guidelines for desktop app design for a Windows Desktop Tablet?

I'm not talking of Metro or Windows Store app here. Those apps are pretty restricted in what they can access in Windows. What I mean is a regular desktop app that has no such restrictions--it can ...
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Bottom navigation ss Side navigation

I am working on a project which requires cross platform designs. I have always had this debate regarding the top vs side navigation. What is better? On iPhones, I feel both can be worked on, as there ...