New answers tagged

1

Do Not Use PNGs You can also use SVG files saved as PDF files (open in illustrator and export as SVG-PDF). These work well as Universal sized images and should reduce the total number of images required (if you are using PNGs then you are using 3 times as many images are you actually need). Using these files as assets can therefore save 2/3 of the space you ...


0

Try Invison. Its your answer to test UI for different platforms using just images. You can get a pretty good idea on how it will look across platforms. https://www.invisionapp.com/


2

There are a lot of options for testing different screen sizes and resolutions. The best will depend on your workflow. Online Tools Online responsive tools require a domain to test. This can be a local development server (i.e MAMP, XAMP, localhost) so you don't need a live web domain. Responsive Design testing Tool - Matt KersleyShows a number of ...


3

iOS Human Interface Guidelines The iOS Human Interface Guidelines set out guidelines for general design principles to follow, specific guidelines on typography, color, navigation, interactivity, icons and a lot more. Apple aren't very strict on enforcing these design guidelines (not consistently anyway) so not all apps you see will follow these guidelines ...



Top 50 recent answers are included