Tag: design

Designing ResearchStack’s open source UX framework

In the fall of 2015, touchlab partnered with Cornell Tech and Open mHealth to bring precise medical research apps to Android with an open source sdk and ux framework called ResearchStack.

Executing this project would be unlike most projects – rather than designing one experience and interface for a single product, we would be designing and building an extensible framework, with designs covering many potential bits and pieces researchers and developers might need to carry out medical research on Android.

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Consistent Lighting in Material Design

Material Design uses the metaphors of digital paper and ink as a foundational principle. Structuring interfaces as if they were made of individual sheets of paper with ink printed onto them helps the user form mental models of how the interface works, where things are located, and what kinds of behaviors they can expect as they maneuver through an app.

To further help this model, UI elements can use “elevation” to show how close or far away they are from underlying layers like the canvas with elegant drop shadows.

It makes sense then that lighting should play an important role in thinking about your interface’s material design.

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