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Working with Controls and Themes

  • Henry Lee
  • Eugene Chuvyrov

Abstract

Every time you pass through an airport or a train station, you expect to see a myriad of signs directing you to vital information such as connecting gates, the direction of baggage claim, and the location of ground transportation. While the words on these signs are certainly important, perhaps just as important are the accompanying visual symbols. Our minds become so accustomed to visual elements that we often don’t need to read the words to understand a sign’s meaning. Furthermore, the presence of visual elements helps tremendously when we’re in another country where we don’t speak the language.

Keywords

Background Image Secondary Control Visual Element Tilt Effect Design View 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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© Henry Lee and Eugene Chuvyrov 2012

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  • Henry Lee
  • Eugene Chuvyrov

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