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Using science to make truly tappable user interfaces



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Scott Hurff You know that feeling even if you can’t name it — the mix of frustration and annoyance when you’re using a touch interface that you can’t quite get to work correctly. When you feel like you have to touch delicately just to trigger that command that’s right there in plain sight. But what if you could create user interfaces on a regular basis that you knew would reasonably avoid this situation? What if you knew you could reliably create touch