For example, you could string together a series of if statements to see if a video is playing.
We’d also use isstring more to make sure that people are getting a consistent set of interface elements, like buttons and sliders. This is especially important on mobile devices because some people might have to tap on the same buttons multiple times. Another use for isstring is to create a simple but effective set of buttons that have the same functionality regardless of the screen size of the device.
This isn’t something that I’ve used personally, but it is something that I’ve seen implemented a lot in other applications. It seems to work best with a combination of small or medium sized buttons. Small buttons have bigger icons than those with large icons, and I don’t think that’s a coincidence. Small buttons look better on mobile devices in most cases. Large buttons look better on larger screens.
I think it would be a good idea to implement this feature on mobile devices as well.
I have seen it implemented on Android and iOS devices. It works the best for the small buttons. My biggest issue with it is that it takes up too much screen space. The icons are small and the icons are not large on larger screens. I would suggest replacing the large icons with something small.
That’s the big question. It has been said before that web designers are more used to use the large icons on mobile devices than on tablets. You definitely don’t have to go the “more used to” route. If you don’t want to use the large icons, then give small icons a try.