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Tiles, cards, widgets, gizmos, grids - the name does not matter. What matters is the functionality and principle. Be very careful of creating a interface method that forces all content and functional …
answered Mar 25 '14 by Stewart Dean
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One of the biggest problems with companies these days is the tendency to give things grand titles that no one remembers. How many companies have a project Zeus or other projects known only by a three …
answered Dec 28 '11 by Stewart Dean
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From a UI point of view the automatic detection makes sense and, if possible, icons may be better, for example circle for touch and broken circles with arrows for clockwise, counter clockwise. I know …
answered Mar 9 '14 by Stewart Dean
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In short yes - unless you are dealing with a technical audience. Instead, refer to what is required in this case. If it's name, say 'Your name is required'. One useful bit of advice that all UX peop …
answered Jan 23 '14 by Stewart Dean