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Details matter in ux

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  • 1. Details Matter Getting the Android Design Patterns Juhani Lehtimäki, Snapp Solutions Ltd
  • 2. “Users can figure it out. What’s the problem?” “You are just nitpicking. It’s fine.” “You just hate <insert company you like but you think I don’t>”
  • 3. Design Guidelines Design Patterns
  • 4. A Design Pattern = A Proven, Good Solution to a Common problem
  • 5. Android Design Guidelines
  • 6. Consistency ● Cognitive load ● Intuitiveness by learning
  • 7. Visual cues ● Interaction ● Functionality ● Make users feel home
  • 8. Use Context
  • 9. So, Do All Apps Need to Look the Same Now?
  • 10. Innovation and the Mature Android Platform
  • 11. Community driven innovation
  • 12. Taylor Ling, June 15, 2012 http://androiduiux.com/2012/06/15/side-navigation-ui-pattern-in-android/
  • 13. http://developer.android.com/design/patterns/navigation-drawer.html
  • 14. Commercial innovation
  • 15. Android UI Design Patterns
  • 16. Action Bar
  • 17. Up
  • 18. Navigation Drawer
  • 19. Nope! Try
  • 20. :-
  • 21. WTF is this??
  • 22. ?
  • 23. Don’t need it? Don’t use it!
  • 24. Design patterns solves a problem if you don’t have the problem don’t use the design pattern!
  • 25. Tabs
  • 26. UX design is Nitpicking for a Good Reason
  • 27. “This is different” “Do I use this differently?”
  • 28. Learn Once Use Everywhere
  • 29. Gestures Are Hidden but Awesome
  • 30. Reinventing the Wheel vs. Innovation
  • 31. Break rules & guidelines only if you have a good reason to do so
  • 32. Cheers! +JuhaniLehtimäki http://www.snapp.info/ http://www.androiduipatterns.com/

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