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There should be a couple of documents that guide you in this process, or if not then a UX designer will be quite handy. I have found that a comprehensive "Design Framework" will cover all of the applicable standards and guidelines that are required for you to implement the functional requirements, but if not then someone will have to do the interpretation. ...


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Numbers in a table should be formatted so that digits with the same significance are stacked vertically. While this is often described as "right alignment" or "decimal alignment", there's another scenario I've not seen mentioned: values which sometimes include fractions. For example, if one is listing the dimensions of some components, which column is ...


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Guidelines are just that: guidelines. They guide the development of your application, they do not make all of the decisions about your application. They document the best thinking about design at the time that the guidelines were written. They help you make a better application by focusing your time and attention on the decisions that matter to your ...


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Design guidelines make it easier and faster for developers to help them fill their app stores. However, most of the best accepted, understood and enjoyed apps have little regard for the UI/UX Guidelines from the manufacturers. Those that consider their users, the market and the existing ideas and accepted paradigms of input, and then optimise and explore ...


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It will be better if it mateches with the UI. Its a good UX. For example, when I use Photoshop extensions or plugins, it comes with their own UI, Which makes me think that accidently I opened a different application. If you follow the same UI design guidlines that will sync with the application.



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