Mobile

Designers and engineers use different tools and approaches when working with typography, but can better communicate by applying this style guide.
The most common types of mobile screens and the design features they require.
When not to use dropdowns, and what to use instead.
Our current notification systems fail to alleviate the constant tension between the need to be focused and the need to be informed; leading to an ever-distracted mind.
Can an opinionated flat design still have depth and truly be free of drop shadows? What would that even look like?
The UINavigationBar, navbarfor short, has been around since the original iPhone. Historically, navbars have been convenient and clear, easy to understand and easy to build. Then phones ballooned, enough that…
Many Android and iOS apps have horizontal scrolling lists. Maybe it's also combined inside a vertical list. But is it necessary? Even assuming it is, are you doing it right?…
An op-ed from the front lines of product design at . First, a disclaimer: the subject of this article is Mobile First in the context of design process, not development.…
Large smartphones don't surprise anyone anymore. They have a lot of advantages, so the jumbo phone trend is likely to continue. But bigger isn't always better: a large display doesn't…
Apple released iOS 10.3 to all (compatible) iOS devices this week. The most notable changes are not visible yet, because they rely on designers and developers to take advantage of…