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All of the above answers are great !! This is what I can suggest : Complex Gestures are combination of simpler construction blocks and based on the behaviour of your UI (tablet / app etc). So maybe can I suggest you think about your UI and chart out the entire gestures you have currently and then build the complex ones from the simpler gestures. (Complex ...


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Yes you should. Expert accelerators These so called expert accelerators are truly useful in UX since they allow an interface design that is both minimalistic and clean for new users, yet increase efficiency to expert users. Keyboard shortcuts are a great example for this. Expert accelerators are often 'unseen', meaning you need to delved into this manual ...


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I see no reason why not. Provided the following holds true. No impact on normal user operation This are advance user actions. As such, they may not be easily discoverable to every user. It may not be intended for a normal user to perform those operations. In any case, there should not be any impact on normal operation of the user. The usability and ...


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This menu system has been around for a while Mobile and tablet game developers like Gameloft have used the interaction for years before the article (or the source demo it references) were written. In tablet games, they are used for cases like casting spells in an action game. It's useful to study why they're effective in those interfaces: The user hits ...


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It seems to me that Fluid Gestures are very similar to Gesture Typing ( to some extent): Both approaches seek to reduce number of touches required to perform a sequence of actions. Gesture Typing : Gesture typing works by sliding your finger across the letters of the word you want to input. The important thing the above example is users can see the ...



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