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It's for the similar reasons the US still uses inches and feet instead of meters. The US has so much inertia invested in letter page size, switching to something very slightly different has a very poor cost benefit tradeoff. Additionally, being defined in a metric scale, it would be obnoxious to deal with on an imperial basis. So, no, there are no other ...


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Because you will be sending these images over the web you should strongly consider storing multiple versions of the image in different sizes (i.e., 32 x 32, 200 x 200, 400 x 400, 800 x 800). This is for several reasons: Disk space is (relatively) cheap You can now serve an optimally sized image for whatever context it is needed in (thumbnail, high def, ...


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I've always been a fan of this approach. It's easy for the user to see that one decreases, the other increases. They also aren't tasked with choosing from a large variety of font sizes or fiddling with getting a slider exactly where they want it. This is essentially option 3 but with iconography that directly relates to what the user can expect upon taking ...


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Does it matter if the file will be downloaded vs. shown in browser? A good thing to keep in mind is the performance and user experience of viewing the file in browser vs on computer. Depending on your audience people use different browsers and older browsers which are not good at handling a decent PDF form too. After debating on this, you should decide ...


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Not sure about how your design looks exactly. But when I got a design idea I believe in, I choose to assume that Apple will too. I try to submit it the way I want it, and worry about the reject when it happens, instead of in advance. There are examples of apps in the App Store that have lists/tables with cells that do not fill the width of screen. For ...



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