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I would love to see some references and studies here, but since I am not aware of any specific literature out there, I am happy to theorize and present a hypothetical breakdown of the factors: Links to physical shaking: seems like there is no particular link to physical shaking because it is commonly used as a gesture to trigger an action for mobile phone ...


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I'm going to lift a quote from an answer over at DesignerNews: Framer, After Effects, Cheetah 3D (yes, really!), Hype, Photoshop (for hacky GIFs), Quartz Composer and Form are all worth taking a look at. On top of that, not from personal experience but from asking around myself, I've found "After Effects" to be the answer very, very often. There are ...


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Did you tried http://sixux.com/tagged/transition/page/3 ? It uses video on Vimeo to show transitions. Also http://capptivate.co for IOS/mobile


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It all begins with system capabilities. From last couple of years the external graphics drivers are playing a huge role in improving system performances by GPU Accelerated Computing Systems. Cursors can be either monochrome or color, and either static or animated. The type of cursor used on a particular computer system depends on the system's ...


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I have been an iOS user for many years, and I understand that long-pressing an icon on the home screen will allow me to delete it, but I can't think of a single example of performing a long-press within an app. There may be a couple apps that do it, but without a tutorial (as many gesture-heavy apps have these days), I don't believe it is obvious. Since ...


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Iconography can sometimes be challenging due to the difficulties involved in associating them with domain specific meaning. If you want the user to upload an image it will be more explicit if you used a text-based trigger, e.g an "Upload Image" button. You do not want to utilize the iOS App Delete interaction metaphor because this would be totally ...



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