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Sommer Panage
Supporting Large Text isn’t a feature. It’s a fundamental part of functionality. Some users *only* use their devices w Large Text! That means if you don’t support it, they can’t use it! Learn more re Large Text support in this talk!
Learn about the importance of supporting Large Text. Hear about Differentiate Without Color, a new API on iOS which can enable people...
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Sommer Panage Jun 19
Replying to @Sommer
For more in depth coverage of Dynamic Type, check out this talk from 2017: Building Apps with Dynamic Type
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Sommer Panage Jun 19
Replying to @Sommer
And new this year, we have API support for the Large Content Viewer. This is how you support Dynamic Type for content that cannot scale! Ensuring Readability for Everyone from
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Iulian Onofrei Jun 20
Replying to @Sommer
That feature existed, but only for the standard tab bar, right?
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Sommer Panage Jun 20
Replying to @Revolt666
Prior to iOS 13 the feature was not fully public API.
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Dark Mode Dave Jun 19
Replying to @Sommer @__breeno
Without Dynamic Type, much of iOS would be unusable for me. As is, when I encounter an app that doesn’t support Dynamic Type, I’m reduced to pinching (to zoom in) and squinting. 😐
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Mike Sanderson 🎄🍷🇫🇷 Jun 19
Replying to @Sommer @__breeno
Please, take this message to designers and partners. Dynamic type does have design considerations that devs can’t — and shouldn’t — unilaterally change. In 6 years, since iOS 7, I’ve never once seen a design referencing text styles, or heard of a non-dev who knows what they are.
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Steve Breen Jun 19
Replying to @_mikesand @Sommer
Good point - and without a doubt, everyone needs to be on board with this. It makes such a huge difference to many people.
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hyperscale sarah Jun 19
Replying to @Sommer
Contrast matters too; I can’t use my iPhone without increased text size and contrast as well. With OS X were like this sometimes, but I forget what accessibility settings there were in Syatem Preferences other than contrast/motion/transparency/cursor size.
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Lou Morda Jun 27
Replying to @Sommer
Some users *only* use their devices w Large Text . - never really thought about it like that, thanks!
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Lee Gillen Jun 20
Replying to @Sommer
I‘ve said this so frequently, I feel now, as if I should scream it.
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