Good design is about understanding users. And in some cases, it actually means having less whitespace, using more colors than just "10 tints of the same blue",etc.
So, don't follow blindly those UI guides and use your critical thinking to adapt the guidelines to your user context
Thanks @ckipp for making a list of all our most useful hashtags!
#theWorkshop - Personal Projects
#theStudio - Currently Listening..
#theObservatory - Visual Inspiration
#theLudarium - Games and Interactive art
#theLibrary - Literature
#theCinema - Movies
#theFurnace - Programming
#theFoundry - Raspberry Pi, IoT
#theCartographer - Travel
#theGalley - Cuisine
#theCouture - Fashion
#theVent - To express own frustrations
Is there an explanation for the phenomena that allows our brains to remap an inverted axis easily, but not an arbitrary axis?
For instance, on a joystick it's fairly easy to accustom oneself to an inverted Y axis, however it's difficult to assign (in the brain) the X axis (of the stick) to the Y axis (of world space).
Also, pairing my Switch pro controller to my computer took 2 seconds and I didn't have to install any drivers. We have really come a long way, huh?
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.