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Aug
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comment Ratio or pixel based design on native iOS
Thank you for your answer! It makes sense using percentages on the web for sure. Scaling also can be solved by setting the left and right padding to a certain value e.g 10px so the width of the element is screensize-20px, that case the design is also responsive. Thank you for the web examples, I can learn from them. Unfortunately, I don't know how apple do it, e.g. Does the padding of elements look the same on iPhone4 and iPhone6p in portrait? What is the best practice in native apps?
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asked Ratio or pixel based design on native iOS
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comment Is this a Mapping or Visibility issue?
thanks for your answer.
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Mar
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comment Poor and good conceptual model
hm interesting example
Mar
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comment Poor and good conceptual model
thanks for your answer
Mar
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comment Poor and good conceptual model
the mental model and the conceptual model is not the same thing
Mar
12
comment Poor and good conceptual model
yes I try to understand the conceptual model meaning in practice, this is a problem what I want to solve and is important for me.
Mar
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asked Poor and good conceptual model
Mar
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comment Is this a Mapping or Visibility issue?
it can be affordance or both, can you connect your answer to theory, norman or gibson principle? I read about a lot but I don't know this is the reason why asking. Thanks for the answer,
Mar
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comment Is this a Mapping or Visibility issue?
but it can be affordance too?
Mar
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comment Is this a Mapping or Visibility issue?
thanks for your answer :). no one. the central one control the pressure, and right side control the temperature, you should pull down the ring part where the water falling(bottom of the image). it is very strange, so I think it is a visibility issue.