Face ID Ignores User Needs

  • You make a text field that conveniently fits “Salem, MA,” ignoring the fact that there are cities and towns with far longer names.
  • You throw white text over “background image X,” without accounting for the fact that there are many images that are too light for white text.
  • You design a screen where all the controls are in the top left corner, ignoring the majority of people who are right-handed and don’t have thumbs that are five inches long.
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However, we expect more from Apple.

However, here are some of the cases Apple conveniently ignored:

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My hope:

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I’m a Product Designer at Grubhub working on the LevelUp Team to create branded apps for restaurants.

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Aaron Cecchini-Butler

Aaron Cecchini-Butler

I’m a Product Designer at Grubhub working on the LevelUp Team to create branded apps for restaurants.

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