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How to design with accessibility in mind
“Have you ever considered that your design may not be accessible to all your users?”
Enabling Now-Playing and Earphone Button Controls for an Audio App
Building an app that supports audio playback with controls to record, play, pause, and skip to a position on a track is a non-trivial affair
Getting started with SwiftUI’s OutlineGroup
Since its initial launch in 2019 SwiftUI has been put through its paces by the community, with some impressive open source projects up for display (MovieSwiftUI and Animal Crossing). During WWDC 2020 Apple revealed the next iteration of the framework, which included improvements to lists, views, groups, grids and more. It also included two handy little components: OutlineGroup and DisclosureGroup.
Deeper Dive into Operations and OperationQueues
In this article, we will learn more about the power and flexibility of operations and how to utilise it. If you are unfamiliar with Operation and OperationQueue, there are some great sources to get to know them (Apple’s 2015 WWDC just to mention one), but as the saying goes: “practice makes perfect”.
How to Create Meaningful Interfaces
By putting the focus back on your user’s end-goal, they will find meaning in using your product, they will become loyal, and find your product valuable.
Designing for Health
While practicality is important, empathetic design can go a long way when designing for health.