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Interestingly enough, I think the answer I provided to a similar but slightly different question applies here as well. I have provided the link and the summary here: Colours that represent beginner, intermediate and expert The use of distinct colours can be subject to interpretation, as there are usual meaning associated with specific colours depending on ...


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I think the way gmail handles swiping to delete is perfect: Three pieces of this interaction are key: 1. There's a clear indication that the user's swiping action means deleting. This is shown with the trash icon during the swiping motion. 2. There's clear feedback after the swipe that something was deleted. The deleted item is clearly marked with a "...


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In a word, no. There is no consensus on swipe actions in apps. To illustrate the lack of consensus, here's a quick list of some applications of swipe actions: (When I say "swipe right", I mean swiping from left to right.) Google Android notifications: both left and right for dismissing Android recents: both left and right for dismissing Android wear: ...


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Google has something that might help you a lot. You can find the default and accepted general swipe gestures on mobile applications on the following link: Gestures Patterns by Google Users are really familiar with this kind of gestures and their actions.



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