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Ós Córdova (ocordova)
First, use the KISS principle.
First, use the KISS principle.
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Hi 😊 I created a step-by-step tutorial on how to create a Telegram Bot with Apps Script. Maybe someone will find this useful...

http://ocordova.me/blog/telegram-bot-with-apps-script

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During the Oscars, searches for nominees spiked as winners were announced, demonstrating that search is a real-time reflection of audience interests. See what else we learned. http://goo.gl/syFJDA
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A few months ago we introduced an experience on Nexus 5 that made it easier to access all the goodness of Google Now directly from the home screen. Today we’re making that same experience available to more devices when you install the Google Now Launcher on any Nexus or Google Play edition phone or tablet running KitKat.

Google Now Launcher gives you quick access to Google Now, while keeping your apps right where you want them. Just tap home and then swipe right to access Google Now cards that show you just the right information, at just the right time. And anytime you see the search box at the top of your screen, you can say “Ok Google” (if you’re in the US, UK, or Canada), or you can tap the microphone button to trigger voice input. From there, you can ask a question, or tell your phone what to do, like send a message, get directions, or play a song. If you'd rather type your query, tap the Google search box, which now loads faster than ever.

Google Now Launcher also gives you a beautiful, immersive, and simple experience. The full-screen, larger viewing area lets your wallpaper pop from every pixel. And of course you can place your favorite apps anywhere you like.

If you’ve got a Nexus or Google Play edition device with Android 4.4 KitKat, try Google Now Launcher today by getting it from the Google Play Store here:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.launcher
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Si andan por el Abierto Mexicano de Tenis 2014, pasen por la carpa de Adidas para que usen la app que hice :3
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UI/UX Design: Adidas Abierto Mexicano de Tenis 2014
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<manifest package="com.leafinmotion.firefly" android:versionCode="1" android:versionName="1.0"> // :D

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Android Studio: Asset Studio wizard via context menu

The Asset Studio wizard is now available (until this point it was only available as part of the New Project wizard for generating launcher icons).

Right click on a drawable folder and invoke New > Image Asset

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Source: http://tools.android.com/recent/androidstudio040released
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Today’s #AndroidDev #Protip from +Katherine Kuan and Sean Cotter is about Android writing style.

Be concise. One of the guiding principles for Android designers is “Keep it brief.” Use short phrases and simple words that are easy to scan quickly. People are likely to skip sentences if they’re too long.

Be simple. Use short words, active verbs, and common nouns. The user doesn’t need to know everything – especially technical details. Too much info can make the interface more complicated than needed.

Be friendly. Use a casual and conversational tone, which includes directly addressing the reader as “you” and using contractions. However, avoid slang, which may be unfamiliar to some users or difficult to translate.

To see examples of how to edit your text, along with formatting and punctuation guidelines, refer to the “Writing Style” section of the Android Design guide (goo.gl/dO0htH).

Note that in some cases, text isn’t needed at all. If you have a loading spinner, there’s no need to display the text “Loading…” next to it because it adds cognitive load for the user. Keep in mind that mobile devices have limited screen space. Think carefully about each word on the screen and whether it’s more likely to to improve or impede the user’s experience.

If you have questions about writing style, leave them in the comments below!

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UI/UX (Re)Design: Weight Manager
#AndroidUIUX  #AndroidDesign

Mira, +ZeN KuN: Yo así la haría :P  

Sólo unos consejos:
• Settings siempre debe de ir en el overflow menu.
• Te recomiendo usar el Navigation Drawer sólo si tienes pensado agregar más secciones, pienso que las tabs hacen una navegación más rápida.
• La opción de "Delete all records" la pondría en Settings.
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UI/UX (Re)Design: Yaxi
#AndroidUIUX  #AndroidDesign
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