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It seems you wanted to fill the screen space but in this case you sacrifice readability and consistency. I would do the following: put each sub-category (All Products, Categories, Inventory Maintenance) in a separate row; it will work smooth with the rotation too; don't worry about the empty space - sooner or later you'll probably have to add new features ...


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I did a very simplistic test of this. I did not implement a software solution. Rather, I simply captured a video of myself gazing, for a few seconds at a time, at each corner of the screen of an iPad 2. I cropped the video to my eyes only, and examined it manually. Using the pupil and "screen glint", I could very easily determine which corner I had been ...


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The iPad Air 2's front camera has 1.2MP resolution, or 1280x960 pixels. Let's make some assumptions: The horizontal field of view is 60° Users hold their tablets about 450mm from their eyes Eyeballs are about 24mm in diameter So, at the distance of a user's eyeball, one pixel covers (450mm * tan(60 / 1280))mm = 0.37mm. Let's see how much an eyeball ...


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"A" (the drag and drop option) is probably the natural choice on a tablet with touch interface. Unless that arrangement is impractical for screen space reasons, it will probably be more pleasing for the users. (who are, presumably, using a tablet at least in part for that kind of experience)


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I haven't seen statistics on either fact. What I know as a person who has both tablet sizes and with many friends and colleagues with both (plus smartphones and "phablets") is they it doesn't matter. For a tv show, people will watch it on anything. The bigger screen is better, but there's a cost-benefit analysis that determines if time put into getting that ...



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