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August 09, 2018 at 08:50PM
The slide out menu came to life right with as a popular option for mobile applications. Not only was it a nifty solution to gracefully flow the main menu into the small interface, but it was the only valid, rational and practical one.
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I’m daily Chrome user and appreciate its simplicity and sync with Chrome on my iPhone, but got a feeling that Google left Chrome behind the competitors in case of new features development.
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Think about what it’s like to do work on your phone. Your attention is fragmented. Your chubby thumbs keep hitting the wrong letters.
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Viewport units have always been controversial and some of that is because of how mobile browsers have made things more complicated by having their own opinions about how to implement them.
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Dark patterns are tricks on a website or application that mislead the users so they do something they have no intention to do. For instance, sharing their data and upgrading their account. Apart from these, tech companies design their product in a way that its users easily become addicted to it.
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Another option is using a contrasting image from the start and placing the copy on top of a dark section of a photograph. If you need to include a lot of text, use the blocks featuring collapsable text copy (in Tilda, it’s blocks TX12, TX16N or the button BF703).
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