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C-Swipe: An Ergonomic Solution To Navigation Fragmentation On Android

There are 3,997 different Android devices. Your navigation should work with all of them. C-Swipe can help: It is an alternative navigation pattern for tablets and mobile devices that is novel, ergonomic and localized.
This article provides a detailed walk-through of the design and code and provides a downloadable mini-app so that you can try out C-Swipe to see whether it’s right for your app.
Further Reading on SmashingMag: What Every App Developer Should Know About Android How To Design For Android Designing For A Maturing Android How To Design For Android Tablets Size, Complexity Increasing The number of touch devices is increasing, with new devices and features being introduced daily.

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C-Swipe: An Ergonomic Solution To Navigation Fragmentation On Android

Finger-Friendly Design: Ideal Mobile Touchscreen Target Sizes

In darts, hitting the bulls-eye is harder to do than hitting any other part of the dartboard. This is because the bullseye is the smallest target. This same principle can also apply to touch targets on mobile devices.
Smaller touch targets are harder for users to hit than larger ones. When you’re designing mobile interfaces, it’s best to make your targets big so that they’re easy for users to tap.

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Finger-Friendly Design: Ideal Mobile Touchscreen Target Sizes