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Recommended practices published by an OEM, government, or other organization (e.g. Apple Human Interface Guidelines)

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If you want to cover your ass, do what most business apps do and include everything (bad UX). If you want something to be useful, then you need to find out from your clients what the most important m …
answered Sep 10 '11 by JohnGB
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be at least 44x44, and the Android design guidelines give 48x48. Both of these are based on the idea that the tappable area should at a minimum be about 8-12mm minimum on each side. …
answered Mar 6 '13 by JohnGB
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One view is not necessarily better than the other. They have different best use cases, but those are also not entirely objective. A grid view is more visual, and arguably looks better. It is usuall …
answered Feb 15 '13 by JohnGB
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You're essentially asking how to design an pamphlet to interrupt someone's attention and get them to read something that they aren't interested in. The answer is that you shouldn't. It's poor UX. I …
answered Mar 16 '13 by JohnGB
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If you have the resources, you should follow the guidelines for whichever platform the app is on. In the past many companies considered iOS to be 'the market' and only made Android apps as an … Android operating system, and the associated Design Guidelines have evolved and improved massively over the last few years, whereas iOS has remained relatively unchanged. Android has become the better …
answered Apr 2 '13 by JohnGB
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The choice of which is better is mostly personal. I know some people prefer the one and other people prefer the other. Either one is a fair choice, so ask some of your users and then make a decisi …
answered Apr 18 '13 by JohnGB
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As has already been said, use a link for the cancel button. However don't use "Ok" for the other action. Make it more descriptive and apply to the question you are asking. For example: Would yo …
answered Sep 8 '11 by JohnGB
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Speech bubble (often called speech balloons) types are mostly indicated by the part pointing to the person that they are referring to. In the image below (from Wikipedia) the bubbles / balloons indic …
answered Dec 3 '12 by JohnGB
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That really depends on the users and on what they are typing. Typing on a physical keyboard is significantly faster than on a touch device. So the question then is what the average WPM typing speed …
answered Apr 23 '13 by JohnGB