Posts Tagged ‘Multi-Touch’

Responsive Maps

Most embeddable maps are touch friendly in that you can swipe/scroll to reposition the map within their frame. This is great, but users can get stuck if the embedded map happens to fill a viewport at any given… read more

Type & Touch

As a general rule I gravitate towards larger type not only for relative readability, but also to help with touch targets. Yesterday, Matt Griffin from Bearded posted on the desire to, at times, use a base font-size that’s… read more

Instagram

For the past week or so, I’ve been sharing photos and tapping my way around this new iPhone app called Instagram. It lets you take photos in a square Polaroid format and pass them through a series of… read more

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Non Hover

“Elements that rely only on mousemove, mouseover, mouseout or the CSS pseudo-class :hover may not always behave as expected on a touch-screen device such as iPad or iPhone.” A few days after Steve Jobs announced the release of the… read more

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Trimming The Fat

The last version of this site lasted just under a year. That may seem like a short amount of time until you consider how quickly things change on the web. @font-face usage has been fortified by services like Typekit… read more

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