Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

I don't know if other people think about these covnentions in the same way I do but the way I see them is. Notice: Simply a statement that is non-actionable, use these to alert the user of something smaller and passive that you want the use to notice, such as an event that has happened like successful submit. Info: Actionable statement that you need the ...


2

I believe that what this really boils down to is that you are using the wrong control for the job. Most often when designing an interface, if you can't easily map an input to a certain control, it's not the correct control to be using. In this case while a slider might look more streamlined and attractive, you've noticed their limitation; They exist to ...


0

Most people have their PCs sitting to the right of their monitor which means the cord has to go across ones body/lap to reach the jack, often rubbing against ones chin along the way. Also, every laptop I've ever owned has had its headphone jack situated to the right, creating the same messy problem with left oriented cords. Now, of course, someone is going ...


1

I 100% agree that there should be an option for a user to be able to cancel or go back rather than be forced to just save a draft. The following links are to iOS Human Interface Guidelines and Android Design Principles in an effort to support this arguement: iOS Human Interface Guidelines (Navigation) - ...


1

Most brands choose a specific color for branding and stick with it. There is no general answer to why the specific color was chosen by what company. But in general, it seems to be a good idea for a brand to choose a color that is associated with it. In general, choosing a brand color helps building brand recognition. As you correctly stated, the colors of ...



Top 50 recent answers are included