Zurb Notable: Pattern Tap
Image: N, A. (2017). Zurb Home Page [Image]. Retrieved from http://zurb.com/
With users and designers developing interactive design screen interfaces it is essential to determine what user interface pattern works best with the desired project. Pattern Tap is a library designed by Zurb Notable that collects specific designs and user interaction patterns towards interactive screen based design. Through this library users and designers are able to learn what patterns works with specific user interface designs and why or why not they may not work. Pattern Tap also contains examples of common website parts such as borders, comments, backgrounds and menu styles like the popular hamburger menu. Through careful assessing users and designers can also learn the purpose behind why particular design patterns for screens are used, therefore using and applying that information to future interactive design projects.
Image: N, A. (2017). Zurb Home Page [Image]. Retrieved from http://patterntap.com/patterntap
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