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How to use fragments in your Android apps for a powerful and dynamic UI

This article walks you through how to use fragments in Android app development. You'll learn how to approach your design in a modular fashion, use multiple instances of the same ...
Adam SinickiApril 11, 2019170 shares

Designing More Effective UI Navigation

Plan and implement UI navigation that feels so intuitive and effortless that even new users will have no problems finding their way around your Android app!
Jessica ThornsbyOctober 14, 2016207 shares

Displaying large amounts of data with GridView and CardView

Need to display a considerable amount of data in your Android app? Bring instant structure and design to even the largest datasets using GridView and CardView.
Jessica ThornsbySeptember 26, 2016244 shares

5 examples of dated app design

This article lists 5 examples of outdated approaches to app UI that still pop up on the Play Store from time to time. Developers beware these mistakes!
Adam SinickiJune 6, 2016291 shares

Watch Matias Duarte and Josh Topolsky talk design at FORM 2014

Matias Duarte and Josh Topolsky had a fireside chat that touched on many aspects of design, from the fashionable flat designs trend, to the birth of the Material concept, which Duarte ...
Bogdan PetrovanNovember 6, 2014221 shares

LG G3: Design Story – a short video about the G3

The folks behind the design of the LG G3 took to posting a short video explaining their art and challenges while showing off what they say makes the G3 a premium experience for users.
Jonathan FeistJuly 8, 2014330 shares

What will Google apps look like in the new Android L?

Along with Android L, Google's new Material Design website is filled with resources and information on their newest design practices. It is also filled with app designs for all of our ...
Jonathan FeistJune 26, 2014549 shares

Google to unify all of its design across all platforms, introducing Quantum Paper

It is no secret that Google has been pushing for designers to get involved in this year's Google I/O developers conference. A new rumor thinks it can explain why: Quantum Paper.
Jonathan FeistJune 12, 2014470 shares

Design is not what you think it is

If you are a developer who is uncomfortable with or resistant to considering design a critical component of your project, here's a perspective that may turn things around for you.
Ti KawamotoJune 6, 2014217 shares

Best resources for Android development

Whether you're a seasoned professional or just beginning, this list of Android development resources (including tools, libraries, and blogs) is useful for any developer or team on just ...
Dallas GutauckisMay 5, 2014609 shares
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