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Designing for iOS

By Menno Wildeboer

Introduction

Interesting articles about building for iOS, mixed both for designers and developers.

Menno Wildeboer — Product Developer: iOS, Rails, JS, Mobile, UX.

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2 The iOS Design Cheat Sheet 7

Everything you need to know when it comes to iOS 7. This article is outdated.View new version The data presented on this Cheat Sheet does not contain the latest updates of iOS 8 and the new Apple devices released mid 2014 (iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPad Air 2). With the release of iOS 7, app designers and developers will need

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3 iOS 7 Design Case Study

Luvocracy membersiOS 7 Design Case StudyAdapting designs from iOS 6 to iOS 7When iOS 7 was announced, we were in the middle of creating a new app (in conjunction with our talented partners at Two Toasters) for iPhone and iPad and refining our brand and visual strategy. With the announcement, we saw a unique opportunity to accelerate our visual updates

5 Motion Ui Design Principles

This blog is a quick look at some simple Ui motion design principles. There isn't too much documented about this area of mobile ui design and I thought there would be some value in expressing my views. From what is documented already I urge anyone interested in ui motion to check out Pasquale D'Silva http://psql.me/ and Johannes Tonollo's meaningful transitions

6 List Beats Grid: Linear Feeds Perform Two to Three Times Better Than Grids

Many content-centric products have been moving to a magazine or card style layout, popularized by apps like Flipboard and Pinterest. Both Flipboard and Pinterest are beautifully designed products, but our studies indicate multi-item-per-row grid layouts deliver inferior results to single-item-per-row list layouts for our particular design problem. These relative results may be unique to us, but we nevertheless publish them

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7 Svbtle

Design Details, as a concept, is now over a year old. As a sort of public journal entry, I'd love to quickly tell the story of how this small kernel of an idea became larger than I could have ever imagined. Read the Full Story on Medium Continue Reading Instagram is one of the most beautifully designed apps in the

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8 iPad: Scroll or Card?

How do you navigate content on the iPad? Scroll or flip? In 1987, the biggest neck beards in tech held a conference on the Future of Hypertext and there were two camps, "Card Sharks" and "Holy Scrollers". They had an epic battle over this question: Should you scroll or flip pages on the screen? Who won the fight? Let's first

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9 Controlling Animation Timing

There is a protocol called CAMediaTiming which is implemented by CAAnimation, the base class of CABasicAnimation and CAKeyframeAnimation. It is where all the timing related properties - like duration, beginTime and repeatCount - come from. All in all the protocol defines eight properties that can be combines in a number of ways to precisely control timing. The documentation is only

Added by Menno Wildeboer: “Auto Layout seems tough at first, but really pays off after you know how it works and start using it. An introduction.

10 Beginning Auto Layout in iOS 6: Part 1/2

Update note: Check out our newer version of this tutorial, updated to Swift and iOS 8: Beginning Auto Layout Tutorial in Swift: Part 1. Have you ever been frustrated trying to make your apps look good in both portrait and landscape orientation? Is making screen layouts that support both the iPhone and iPad driving you to the brink of madness?

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11 Beginning Auto Layout in iOS 6: Part 2/2

Update note: Check out our newer version of this tutorial, updated to Swift and iOS 8: Beginning Auto Layout Tutorial in Swift: Part 2. This tutorial is an abbreviated version of one of the chapters from our new book iOS 6 By Tutorials. Matthijs Hollemans wrote this - the same guy who wrote the iOS Apprentice Series. Enjoy! In part

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