An MIT Touch Lab study of
Human Fingertips to investigate the Mechanics of Tactile Sense found that the average width of the index finger is 1.6 to 2 cm (16 – 20 mm) for most adults. This converts to 45 – 57 pixels, which is wider than what most mobile guidelines suggest.
1. Designing for 34 / 44 pixels touch target ( Windows Phone UI Design and Interaction Guide and iPhone Human Interface Guidelines)
2. Designing for 57 pixels touch target (ergonomically correct)
3. Designing for 72 pixels touch target (Thumb correct)
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Yes, Facebook could (and should) improve their interface.
Fred Nerby from Brisbane, Australia, has done a great job in this conceptual showcase.
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Does your Intranet feel like 2003? Do you have issue finding what you need and understand what it can do for you? Then you will recognize the issue listed here.
This infographic comes from Target Process
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This little dictionary is cynical, and hilarious, especially if you have been in user-centered design for a while. And it’s an excellent starter for discussing the place of UX in your organisation. Thanks
Debunking User Experience Handout (PDF)
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