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    Before that I spent 11 years running Future Platforms, a software company I co-founded which makes lovely things for mobile phones, and which I sold in 2011.

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June 27, 2006

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C. Enrique Ortiz

Tom, you and Barnara got it right - the application should really follow the underlying UI methaphor/behavior... From the developer's perspective, initially it seems such consistency is the right approach, as developers are deploying the same app across many devices... but in reality, the typical end-user won't, and having applications change such behavior just confuses things...

ceo


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