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Does iOS have an equivalent to Material Design's 'ripple' effect when touching a surface?

The default behavior for buttons in the Apple HIG doesn't include a ripple effect. You can check out the HIG guidelines for buttons here, which don't specify any particular behavior. However, it's ...
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What UI elements do you use to display information in real time?

The app that I work on mainly uses stacking system status and progress indicators in the top-right corned of the main viewing area. These can stack up to 5 items depending what the user is doing, and ...
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What should be the order of applied filters chips?

Keeping the filter on the right provides a stable visual location to invoke the action. There may not be a hard rule to this, but at a quick glance the user will see the icon in the same place, ...
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UI: Why not negative elevations?

My first thought was that it could be something to do with accessibility, in the sense that if you apply the design philosophy and existing components, the effect of introducing the inner shadow would ...
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Is this "Only" checkbox option a default MUI component?

No, it's not a default component. Technically it acts as a radio button, so selecting it will deselect all options (which are checkboxes by default). You're right this is an excellent feature and ...
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Material Design and punctuation

You are right that most of the examples on that dialog page ignore the punctuation rule. It could be outdated examples. That page however doesn't address punctuation so I would follow the rules ...
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