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Posts tagged "preferences"

Mac OS X contextual help

Good contextual help is one of the hallmarks of a mature design. I like this use of a video tutorial in the trackpad system preferences on Mac OS X. Interacting with a trackpad might be an unfamiliar thing to some people. In the case that it is, this video shows how to use the interface. Neat.

Also, welcome back to another season of UI Scraps! I hope you’ve enjoyed the break. I’m back in action, and all systems are a go.

Mac OS X contextual help
Good contextual help is one of the hallmarks of a mature design. I like this use of a video tutorial in the trackpad system preferences on Mac OS X. Interacting with a trackpad might be an unfamiliar thing to some people. In the case that it is, this video shows how to use the interface. Neat.
Also, welcome back to another season of UI Scraps! I hope you’ve enjoyed the break. I’m back in action, and all systems are a go.

The Hit List faux iPhone sync

How smart, they included a page on the preferences to let me know they’re working on the iPhone sync version. I’m delighted!

Some may argue, why show it if it doesn’t work? Because it gives me valuable information, they’re working on it, so now I don’t have to email them with a nag letter. Good job Potion Factory, I love The Hit List!

The Hit List faux iPhone sync
How smart, they included a page on the preferences to let me know they’re working on the iPhone sync version. I’m delighted!
Some may argue, why show it if it doesn’t work? Because it gives me valuable information, they’re working on it, so now I don’t have to email them with a nag letter. Good job Potion Factory, I love The Hit List!