Survey about the Touchscreen
Rui Miguel Silva Seabra
rms at 1407.org
Fri Nov 21 16:58:38 CET 2008
On Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 04:51:07PM +0100, Damien Thébault wrote:
> 2008/11/21 Al Iasid <aliasid at gmail.com>:
> > IMHO having to dig out a stylus (pen) or use my fingernail is not nearly as
> > convenient or enjoyable as a finger-friendly interface. I don't min hi res
> > or low res - or big or small screen size - as long as the interface is
> > finger-friendly. The cell phone is our most "intimate" personal device.
> > There should be no intermediary in the user interface.
> I don't really care about using my fingernails, they are always available, but
> I don't like to use a stylus since I have to find it in the first place.
> (maybe if the stylus was hidden in the case it would be a little better, but
> this uses space and it takes more time than fingernails)
> The primary isses I have with the actual touchscreen is the UI reactivity,
> I don't know if it's because the touchscreen is slow or because the software is.
> I agree that a borderless phone would be more practical touchscreen-wise.
> If this implies using a hard screen, implying capacitive, then why not.
If you try out sketch, you see that it's responsive enough and detailed
enough for making a written signature :)
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