Color in iOS 7 UI


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Color in iOS 7 UI

Well, some graphical elements like bar backgrounds have become de-emphasized. Color has become important than iOS 7 simply because we have removed a lot of other graphical onamentation. A good example is with basic buttons. Whether they are in the main body in your app or in the navigation bar. Buttons no longer have an outline, they're simple colored text or a straight forward simple line icon. But we used to have multiple graphical states for our buttons with different image backgrounds to show if something was being pressed or was active or inactive.

So now we do this through color instead, we can draw attention to whether a button is touchable or if it's worthy of special attention using color. As you probably noticed, the color is blue by default to indicate that something is touchable. And that's what I'd see in Mail. It's what I'd see in settings, or in photos and many other applications. But if I go into a context where there's something that I can't do, say I g...

Color in iOS 7 UI
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Color in iOS 7 UI provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Simon Allardice as part of the iOS 7 SDK New Features

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