A tablet is a mobile computer, larger than a mobile phone, integrated into a flat touch screen .

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Are there any innovative ways to Accommodate Emulator in the Desktop Admin

I am working on an admin app which can built websites for Mobile, Tablet and desktop. While creating the website the user who is going to use the admin, will need preview of the website at some point ...
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Drag and Drop with scrolling on tablets

I'm currently facing a design problem with drag and drop on tablets. Scenario: The screen is split in half, on the right side, I have a list of items and on the left side I have a list of boxes. I ...
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What is the difference between Mobile Banking and Tablet Banking in terms of Design and User Experience?

I am a researcher in a team that has developed a Mobile Banking app for Smartphones (iOS, Android and Windows Phone) and now there is a request to develop that same app for Tablets. I think smart ...
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Which website version to show on smaller tablets (7 inch)?

I have 3 versions of my website (a dating site) : 1 - "full" version - shown on desktops 2 - "tablet optimized" version - same as #1 except for bigger fonts, shown on all tablets 3 - "mobile" ...
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Do users notice bottom bar tools on tablets?

Got an iPhone app project and would like to get feedback on users noticing bottom bar actions i.e., share, add something, or delete? I've noticed some difference of opinions with my peers where some ...
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New form fields with previous data displayed

I need to create a mobile form (clients target platform is iOS (iPad Mini)) that has fields to add information for the current process, however the form needs to display the previous values entered. ...
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Deliverables to development Team - Mobile project (iOs and Android)

Do yo know how many mockups and what kind and type of deliverable a Visual designer should deliver to development team? For example, let me know if this is correct. For each page we should deliver: ...
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What is the best way to responsively display large amounts of tabular data?

I'm working on a redesign that needs to translate well from desktop to tablets. There is a table that could potentially hold thousands of entries. Think of this page as a dashboard. From what I ...
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Is there a way to test apps in different environments online

As a UX designer, I like to test apps on different platforms and different devices. I can do this on my iPhone, Android 7" tablet, and soon, Nexus 5. But I'd like to test this a lot on iPad (which to ...
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searching within form

I am working on a tablet app that has a database of appointments. The client wants the following to happen when the user is creating a new appointment: User types a last name into Customer Last Name ...
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Standard margins for full-screen text editor

I would like to present a full-screen text editor. Are there any standard rules for calculating the side and top and bottom margins based on the screen size and possibly font size? I'm particularly ...
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iOS Pattern for a List with a Sub-setting on Some Items

I have an iPad app interface that feels a little weird to me and I'm wondering if anybody has seen a good solution to this situation. (I've changed the content so that I can post it here---my app is ...
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Can I have a wizard on a tablet?

I'm designing this long process to be completed on a tablet interface. For simplicity, I want to break the process into several steps, and allow next/previous navigation. Since it would take around 4 ...
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How to optimise our data entry page for tablets

SetUp: In our Inventory Control application, we have updated our Stock Count page so that restaurants can count by counting area which then adds up to a total for each item. The old way just allowed 1 ...
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Enforce or assume an orientation for the layout of a mobile web application

When designing a mobile layout in a web application, is it fine to assume a given orientation (horizontal or vertical) or to ask to the user to adopt a specific orientation? I have seen several ...
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Best practices for hardware keyboard input on tablet

I'm creating a form Android tablet app that will be used connected to a physical keyboard. The goal is to help users quickly fill out forms while visiting our conference booth. The tablets will be ...
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How to structure UI dependent on onscreen keyboards?

We are developing a Windows 8 tablet application but this should be applicable to every tablet OS. There are several textboxes which open up the onscreen keyboard when they get focus. In most cases ...
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Designing for a tablet: where to put 'actions'?

I'm working a UI for a tablet in landscape mode. The primary display will be a 'graph style' (nodes and edges) that takes up the middle of the view. When I'm looking at the prototypes I'm a bit ...
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Dealing with a node-edge-node view

I'm coding up a graph db style (neo4j) UI for a tablet and am wondering how best to implement the actions on nodes and edges. Actions: add / remove node link / unlink nodes (edge) other actions on ...
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Navigation Drawer - Tablet - Push or Overlay?

Using a navigation drawer that is off-screen, and will slide in when a user clicks the 'hamburger' icon, should that drawer push all the content to the right, or be an overlay on top of the content. ...
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What is the best way to have an always accessible screen on iPad?

I'm building an iPad app that has a slide out menu with several sections that can be drilled down. Just a generic iPad app. However, there is a screen (let's call it Screen AA) that I would like to ...
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Does tablet size affect which orientation users use?

Recently I was told by a developer that most 7 inch tablet users will, if given the choice (i.e the app supports both orientations), use the tablet in a portrait orientation and that a user with a 10 ...
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Should my menus drop down on hover + on click or just on click?

I have a web application that currently has menus that drop down 'on hover'. This is obviously an issue on tablets, etc. where there is no hover equivalent. So, I need to add an 'on click' ...
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Should a 40+ field web form be single or multi-page?

I'm designing a long form for insurance provider (est. 40 fields we need to ask) My questions are: Should I try and fit all this on one page (so people can view all questions on the form and decide ...
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How to choose the right orientation for a specific tablet app?

I'm going to work on a tablet application, for which I cannot decide if it should have vertical or horizontal interface. While I cannot reveal details of the project, I can tell that this app is going ...
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Mobile application navigation setup

We are making an app to register progress on certain functions, such as delivery on purchase orders or time registration. Everything is registered for a certain project. But we seem to have two types ...
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Best to have color scheme match or compete with the bezel on a mobile device?

Consider this situation: I have an iPad (or other tablet) app, and I can assume that all devices that are using my app have a black bezel. Should the color scheme of my app be dark (to match the ...
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Phone or Tablet mockups: chicken or the egg?

What form factor should we start with, when the boss asks for "mobile" wireframes? Should we choose phone, full-sized tablet, or "mini" tablet - and why? I am finding the Nexus 7 a good starting ...
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iPad full screen in landscape mode - which side to put on my controls panel?

I have an app which helps the user to design a full screen sized postcard. The result is exactly what the user sees on the screen. Because a lot of users scan things in an F pattern, I assume that ...
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Right amount of padding between buttons in a mobile app

I am designing a mobile app for both ipad and iphone. I have a navigation bar which has several buttons next to each other and an action bar that has several buttons next to each other. Is there a ...
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Which is the best metaphor or gesture for a radio button (YES/NO) on touch screen interface?

I need to design a radio button for selecting/deselecting items using gestures. The app is on Surface tablet. Users can select/deselect a vehicle they are intersted in. I would like to go beyond ...
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Do you know some interesting patterns galleries for tablets? [closed]

I need to find some good examples of patterns for tablets. I know already a list of mobile patterns websites that I find really usefull but now I need something specifically oriented to tablet design. ...
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How present only two buttons on a tablet screen

My application has need of only two button with around 15 characters for each, on the main screen. The problem is the screen is large on tablet. How can I present these two button ?
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carousel in responsive site - should I keep or remove the navigation arrows?

I'm designing a responsive website and I have a question about the carousel element I have in the site: the carousel has right and left arrows < content_content_content > that reveals previous and ...
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Testing cross-platform touch performance [closed]

I am at a phase of a project where I need to establish a proper testing method where I can measure how well the touch performance on different smart devices (tablets and smartphones). My primary test ...
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Side panel navigation default on or off

I'm designing a web app specifically for all tablet traffic. I'm going with the very popular left side panel navigation like youtube,fb etc. The icon to open/close the navigation is the standard icon ...
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Responsive Websites on tablets: portraits or landscape first?

I'm designing a responsive website for my master degree thesis. It's my first experience in this field, so I'm wondering, when I'm designing for tablets I have to consider the portrait or the ...
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Will tablet computing eventually replace desktop computing? [closed]

One of my friends has argued that tablets will one day replace desktop (and laptop) computing. His main argument is that there's a trend away from desktop computing to tablet computing and that sales ...
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Is it appropriate to detect the user address details from mobile service provider for banking site on mobile/tablet

I am in phase of researching different approaches for designing saving bank account opening from phone/tablet. It will be a combination of responsive and adaptive layouts. The challenge we have is ...
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Mouse over gesture in touch interface [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are some alternatives to “hover” on touch-based devices? I'm looking for a touch gesture/ other solution that would replace a mouse over indication ( like we see ...
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Checklist App (Process Documentation) Interface For Android Mobile Tablet & Phone

I'd like some help figuring out a good interface design for my app. It will be a checklist application, I guess somewhat similar to a todo list but instead of for things todo it is for documenting a ...
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Interaction with elements on cartography touch application

I'm currently designing a touch tablet application that deals with cartography and elements manipulation. We need to be able to touch interact with the elements on the map and : get info move item ...
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iPad/iPhone alternative for hover states

I've recently updated my personal portfolio with some CSS3 and jQuery magic. I'm extremely pleased with the results and yes, it's fully responsive. But i have an issue. I've structured my portfolio ...
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Android tablet app pagination

I got an tablet app, and I'm facing a usability issue, I got several people who never had seen the app, and put them to test it, some already had smartphone/tablet experiences, and some not. The app ...
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Alternative way to display too many buttons

I'm working with a user who wants to have everything at a push of the button. When viewing a record, he wants big buttons across the top of the screen to return to the search, return to the search ...
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What extra functionality or features can you have for a shopping app in the tablet as compared to online website [closed]

So, I just had an interview with <insert big company name> that bombed something awful. I was asked to design a shopping app for a tablet that would stand out from websites. All the features ...
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iPad Nav Strategies for presenting deeper levels

Does anyone have examples or suggestions of iPad/tablet interfaces that present more than a couple of levels of content? I'm struggling with how to properly present this information without either 2 ...
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How do I make tablet ported game controls feel “native”?

I've seen some games on tablets lately and most of them don't seem native. They add a digital analoge stick or something to navigate, but they feel strange. When a game uses mouse a lot this can be ...
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Left to Right Navigation

I don't really know how this concept is called, but is something deeply spread across almost every digital interface. I'm talking about "left to right navigation"... like setup wizards, where backward ...
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Click and drag affordance

We have a Silverlight application which has two main areas: a vertical list of fields on the left, and a work area on the right. There are two possible operations that the user can perform on the ...