Issue #38 - Design never stops

So late publishing this issue, but not ready to disappoint!I've been designing for both iOS and the w
Issue #38 - Design never stops
By Ross Chapman • Issue #38 • View online
So late publishing this issue, but not ready to disappoint!
I’ve been designing for both iOS and the web this week and it’s amazing how different some of the nuances are of each platform. On a touch-enabled device, we want finger-sized buttons, minimal copy and a one column design. For a responsive web we move away from that as we increase the viewpoint. Buttons become smaller, the one column becomes two. 
All the while, I’ve been observing users. Not so much with what they say, but with what they do. Quickly scrolling down and back up again in hope that what they need with jump out at them. Finding that dropdown menus on hover are so hard to use. Taking a long time to complete a form because we’re not helping them do it.
Design never stops.
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