cried, and the night was new. In fact, I occasionally go in, about Be For Web, look inside nearly two years ago to write the blog opening remarks. The momentum was still there, and the world I loved was still in love, and I was becoming more and more proud of myself. That made me happy. Are there any brothers and sisters on ice beer on Saturday night? Well, let’s make a virtual cup, first weekend fun =
In front of
for 13 iOS7 pre release version of the interface design specification, this week began to return to a normal rhythm, some small. This small topic is about the back button; actually has less talk about an alternative to more and more popular, which will return to the bottom of the button tab or leftmost toolbar; of course, precisely, in this case the container itself cannot be called the toolbar or tab bar. Let’s begin.
enter the translation here. I love the iPhone5, the extra 640× the 176 pixel space is very useful. But I often get into trouble when clicking on the most important button, yes, the return button. There is a rule in UX design, and if a function is very common, it should be placed in the easiest place to click.
Mobile users of
49% is the single hand operation in the use of mobile phone, which means that every two users will have a meeting several times a day by single hand to click the back button; it then it’s hundreds of millions of hits. If the phone size is slightly larger, then you will have to use the other hand to click the return button. I guess this is also a lot of Android mobile phone will return one of the reasons why the hardware placed button in the lower left corner; but this solution is not optimal, because in the Android platform, the application of "on a return button and the back button hardware function is different.
uses gestures to solve problems,
The easiest way for
to solve the problem of return buttons is to use gestures. Gestures are still very effective when the user is already familiar with the way the application works. In addition, gesture manipulation is a complementary form of visual buttons, and it is also a good practice.
, to my surprise, after trying out a myriad of applications, I found that there were already a lot of products on the market that solved the return button in this way. Of course, no solution can be applied to all situations, but at least this is the beginning. Personally, I really hope designers will gradually find more and more creative solutions.
"throwing" is a metaphor for the way we interact with real objects. Using this mode, you can easily move the current >