How a dated feature could be tomorrows usability standard.

Gaining UI inspiration from the past.

Mitch Mills
May 15, 2020 · 4 min read
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If you could travel through time with a single idea from today, which idea would you choose and where would you travel too? A simple yet truly fascinating question that gives way to a variety of answers, many in the hopes of achieving status or wealth by visiting the past. More interestingly however is just how few of us would think to carry that idea forward into the future. 🤔

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modal dialog example

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Traditional two step verification (Supported with haptic & audio feedback)
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Single step verification (Supported with haptic & audio feedback)

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