Get essential design guidance for creating Apple Watch apps that support quick and efficient interaction, make accessing features and information more convenient, and compliment their companion iOS apps. Learn key tips about information architecture, layout, typography, color and app icon design that will make your app easy to use, beautiful and delightful.
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iOS has transformed the lives of many users with a range of physical and learning disabilities. Learn how to create apps that leverage the power and simplicity of Apple’s assistive technologies to make them accessible to the broadest audience possible. Hear about the latest advancements in iOS accessibility and how you can take advantage of them today.
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Dynamic interfaces create fluid and rich interactions. Hear about new dynamic behaviors that have been added in UIKit and how to take advantage of them in your applications. Gain a practical understanding of how to integrate dynamics with AutoLayout. Learn about enhancements to UI Kit Visual Effects.
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Storyboards are a great way to build the user interface and flow of your application on iOS and OS X. Gain an understanding of how to effectively organize your storyboards, define segues for your interface, and easily unwind transitions. Dive into a detailed discussion of the new APIs, and hear tips on how to create great user interfaces.
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NSCollectionView has been displaying grids of views for many years. OS X 10.11 brings a major update to the capabilities of NSCollectionView. Much of the design of UICollectionView in iOS is now available for OS X apps. Understand the details of the enhancements and how you can harness them in your apps.
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