Hey Siri, how do I start a conversation with someone with a disability?

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CES 2017: Health and Accessibility

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DreamLab – Solve cancer while you sleep

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iOS view hit regions

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According to the Apple Human Interface Guidelines, the smallest point size a control should be in iOS is 44×44 points. In some designs you will get really small controls which you need to still work

Reordering a UITableViewCell from any touch point

Guides | Tutorial By 5 years ago

A component of one of our upcoming apps is a Scramble type game where letters are rearranged to solve the word. I had a fantastic idea to use a UITableView flipped on it’s side with reordering enabled to make up the bulk of the Scramble reordering functionality. It worked without a hitch. During development we found that having the cell’s reordering grip only taking up a 44×44 square wasn’t very effective when our letters were a lot bigger, you would have to have your finger exactly in that small area in order to move the letters around. With a bit of magic I managed to make the reoder grip fill the entire cell, and this is how you do it:

UIImageView Transforming Touch Coordinates to Pixel Coordinates

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I have recently had a project where I had to do some image processing on an image based on where a user touches an image (in a UIImageView). Getting the touch coordinates was easy enough,