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If you want to write a unit test which verifies that something implements a particular interface, or extends a particular class, here’s how…
One of the most problematic constraints when developing applications for mobile or Set Top Box is video memory (AKA VRAM). You often will not have control over how much video memory is allocated to your application, or what the fallback behaviour is when your application uses too much. Continue reading Sneaky tricks for developing on small devices – Bitmap ‘folding’
Remember kids: You don’t have to please ALL your customers, just the ones you want to keep.
The first Law: conservation of users
Users are not created or destroyed, only converted to or from using a competitor’s product. Continue reading O’Donnell’s 3 Laws of User Dynamics
Improving the usability of an interface, by making it do more or less what the user actually expects of it, is a pretty good route to an overall sound user experience. Yet, there’s one key mistake almost every interface I’ve looked at makes in this regard – what I call the Spurious Stimulus Response. That is… Continue reading Wait for it…