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There are actually two ratios at play in Apple's iOS icon grid. One is the golden ratio (1:1.618...) and the other is the square root of 2 (1:1.4142...). The radi'i of the circles in the grid are related to each other by these ratios. Also, the horizontal and vertical lines are related to each other using the golden ratio. Here is a diagram that shows how ...


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I think it will start working better if you treat the effects / photos a little differently. Until then I'm not sure any menu will work. The main issue is the shadows. Having upward facing shadows is not common in the world and creates a very confusing look. I mean we generally want the top of the stack at the top especially if that's where the menu is. But ...


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While working on UI, I would point you toward some UX principals here. Make the nav bar for your users and not a design problem for yourself to fix. Make it easy to see/read. Check for colorblindness, etc. Check out iOS Human Interface Guidelines They'll help your users even if your product is Android.


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Maybe try inverting your colors. If the Nav bar is dark it could recede in the viewers eye and let the photos take center stage.


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I would use Duplicate Layer command in the Layer menu... Sometimes drag and drop isn't the easiest.


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I once looked for it and I was unable to find anything that would allow me to remove the metadata from the filename in the tabs. Only option I can recommend is adding shortcuts to the window since the default has no shortcuts applied. You can either do it manually everytime by going to Window -> Arrange: or you could go to Edit -> Keyboard ...


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Scott's correct. Look in preferences, then find cursors and you should see something like this:


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Since the tiles are shaped in such an irregular way, you can create each them using SVG in Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator and attach a click event to change the selected color. Once you export it from Illustrator or Inkscape it turns into XML which is DOM based, so you can selecte each part using CSS and JavaScript. You can then do the same thing for the ...


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See the illustration of the golden ratio in the iOS 7 template at http://www.phimatrix.com/web-site-design-golden-ratio/


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The common way to show data on a phone is reorder all the data from columns to rows. You can find several libraries to do that, just search for "responsive tables". For example "reflow" Table: Reflow And just for a reference , you can also read this: 10+ Solutions for Responsive Data Tables Regarding the different platforms, yes, you should stick to them ...



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