apple, google, technology

right at your thumb

touch has become the main input method, time to think about the best way to utilize it

it’s usually a mistake for the app to take over the decision-making

mobile os vendor successfully implemented ui guidelines – consistent app handling while implementing familiar standards – apple provide tip about do’s and don’ts – to offer great opportunities for engaging apps – apple’s human interface guidelinesgoogle’s material design guidelines

android guide to provide navigation up the hierachy, to parent and ancestor screens – develeopter have to, because some devices don’t have a “home button” anymore
arrow read more about android tips and tricks @madereal

some pattern are universal – a design solution that has proven to work more than once – androidpatterns

leveraging device capabilities vs. mobile first

Tablet thumb zone

all those ui descisions rely on finder friendly design – rule of thumb – larger the screen, the harder it is to take in the whole thing at a glance – responsive design is neccessary to fit all needs – new rule: every desktop design has to go finger-friedly

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gorilla armssteve jobs said – “ergonomically terrible” – “touch surfaces don’t want to be vertical” – but it works, use touch at notebooks in trains, for presentation or layed back at a sofa
arrow read more about how to use touch at macos @madereal

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every desktop ui should be designed for touch now -even microsoft’s office optimize for use with touch – but still optimized not developed

get focus on maximizing usablity

apple, innovation, technology

managed ios contacts

restriced access to enterprise contacts … a long journey to find its holy grail in ios 11.3

grant or deny access to your contacts

was introduced in ios 6, since 2012 it is possible to decide which apps is allowed to access your contacts – there were no api to configure the setting in an enterprise environment, block access from apps like facebook, whatsapp, line, viber, path, e.g. to enterprise contacts – with containerization you can restrict enterprise content from unauthorized access, along with usabilitity limitations

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allow open documents from unmanaged apps to managed apps

was presented in ios 7 release, since then enterprise management was able to restrict data exchange from untrusted, unsecure, private (unmanaged) to enterprise apps (managed) – apple´s native mail is per default a private app

managed domains

to separate the private from enterprise accounts inside the mailapp, apple enabled this setting in ios 8 – managed domain remain blue, unmanaged marked as red – mail and web domains respect the “allow open documents from…” restriction to interact with managed apps, except the contacts

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ios call kit

announced in ios 10, call kit improves the usability when called and even contacts secured inside a container, the name is resolved and displayed

prevent contacts in managed accounts from being used in unmanaged apps or accounts

finally, apple introduced this feature within ios 11.3 – only managed apps able to access managed contacts, this closes the gap to securely use apple mail in an enterprise environment

 

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holy grail

 

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