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Obvious always wins.
Seeing more Watch apps move from force touch only actions to visible onscreen actions.
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Prioritizing one-tap actions over configurations in wearable app design.
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But how much does looking at iPhone go down when you have Apple Watch?
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From a real-world study of Apple Watch users: frequency and time usage of applications/features. Note the differences between the two.
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Smartwatches result in less dependence on smartphones. Data from Wristly's 2,500  Watch user panel.
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Average interaction times: smartwatch vs. smartphone. From: http://www.mobilelifecentre.org/sites/default/files/Smartwatches_invivo%20w%20authors.pdf
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Don't make me work.
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Obvious always wins (on the wrist?)
http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?1945
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Apple's internal metric for interaction times on the Watch: 5 seconds or less. Compared to minutes on the phone & tablet.
https://developer.apple.com/videos/wwdc/2015/?id=802
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My morning as seen through my wrist(-based computer).
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