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Android finally has established design guidelines and widely used UI design patterns. Android users understand functionality of components like the navigation drawer, action bar, sharing and many more. However, the guidelines are just that, guidelines, not rules.
All Android apps should not look alike but neither should they all reinvent all the controls. In this presentation Juhani will take a deep dive into details of the common design patterns and how they can be customised without compromising usability.
Juhani will help developers and designers alike to understand how to correctly use Android UI design patterns.
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Dear developers, design details matter
Juhani is an Android developer with design interest. He writes blog, makes noise in internet and has been speaking in multiple conferences about Android design from dev point of view.