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Haptics, gestures, and motion

Haptics, gestures, and motion: User Experience Design for Wearables
Haptics, gestures, and motion: User Experience Design for Wearables

Haptics, the vibration the user feels on their wrist is an important key to communicating with your user. Wearables rely on gestures for your users to get around your app or even in some cases communicate with others. Motion is yet another option for managing communication or interaction. Renata explores these three modes of interaction in wearables today.

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