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Android Developer Relations @ Google

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comment Android app: PSD drop shadow causing extra pixels gap in development
One note: As of Android 4.3, nine-patches can include optical bounds information to allow UI elements to bleed outside their clipping rectangle. See "Optical bounds layout" under developer.android.com/about/versions/android-4.3.html#UI
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comment Clear selection in Android
FWIW, on tablets, the checkmark is accompanied by the label "DONE"
Feb
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comment Navigating between tabs in an android app
Both. You should make sure to support both touch and swipe.
Feb
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comment Touchscreen: Select small zones from a huge scrollable image
@Sherpanaut IMO, multi-finger gestures shouldn't be the primary interaction, I'd start with just long press.
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comment Touchscreen: Select small zones from a huge scrollable image
@Sherpanaut one alternative is you could support scroll-during-selection using multi-finger touch gestures. That is, one finger is selecting, and the other could be scrolling/zooming.
Jan
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comment Touchscreen: Select small zones from a huge scrollable image
@NicolasRaoul I would say the app should scroll when the user's finger reaches the edge.
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answered Touchscreen: Select small zones from a huge scrollable image
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Dec
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comment List icon vs menu icon
The overflow icon represents "action overflow" and is very different from the concept of a menu. It represents additional actions that are either off-screen intentionally or due to lack of space. The point above about it representing a vertical ellipsis is spot on.
Dec
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comment Optionally showing more options
+yarian the disclosure affordance in this would just be the arrow. It affords interaction (it looks clickable) and it's related to the process of information disclosure (expanding a block of text). Sorry for the jargon :)
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comment Have controls fade out on scroll?
I'd recommend looking at the Quick Return pattern as an alternative: androiduipatterns.com/2012/08/…