It’s easy to think of Connected User Empathy as a user experience journey.
But there’s a deeper meaning behind the concept: a process of identifying your users as important to your product.
Connected user experience is all about connecting users with your product, not just those who have interacted with your app in the past.
In this article, I’ll explain how to create a connected user interface in your iOS app using a series of simple steps.
Follow along to get a feel for how it works and how to make it work for your app.
This article uses the iOS platform’s new “Connected View” design to describe the new approach.
But if you’d like to use a different approach, the “Connect View” approach works just fine.
You can read more about it here.
Choose your design element This is a great place to start.
There are a number of different approaches to designing your Connected View, but the most common approach is to design it with a circular interface.
This is the same approach you’ll use to build your app’s navigation bar.
For a quick guide to how to choose a design element for your Connect View, read on.
When you select a design, the app icon and other elements of the app will automatically be shown on the screen.
Once you have your design, choose the size and orientation of the Connect View.
The Connect View can be resized for different screen sizes.
For the iOS app I’m building, I’m going to use an iPhone 5, and for the Android app I’ve been using, I’ve chosen a smaller phone.
In iOS, the ConnectView will always be centered at the top of the screen, and will remain that way throughout the app.
In Android, the design will have a border around the top.
To make sure the design fits within the current screen size, you can adjust the border by tapping the icon and selecting the border option.
To do that, just drag the border around, and you’ll see the borders disappear.
You may also want to adjust the position of the icons and other buttons.
You don’t need to do this if you’re using a circular design.
Select the icons You can select the icons that make up the Connect Views to give them a specific look.
You’ll be able to choose icons in three different ways: by tapping on them or by selecting them from the drop-down menu on the top right of the UI.
Selecting a group of icons will also allow you to quickly move to that icon group, if necessary.
Select icons on a design If you click on an icon, a menu will appear that lets you choose the icon to use for the icon group.
Select an icon group If you drag an icon to an icon groups list, you’ll be presented with the same menu options you used for the previous options.
Drag an icon back to an already-selected icon group When you drag a selection of icons to an existing icon group to apply it to a new icon group you’ll find that the new icon will automatically appear in the selected icon group as well.
To return the icon back, simply drag it back to the existing icon groups lists list.
This brings up the menu options for applying the icon.
Select a label If you select an icon from an existing label, it will automatically apply to the icon for the label.
To delete the label, you simply drag the icon from the menu to the bottom of the menu.
This will delete the icon that you’ve selected.
If you have more than one icon with the label selected, the list will be reset and a new one will be shown.
For more information on how to apply labels in a design with the Connect view, read this article.
You might also want a quick look at the iOS design below.
This section will walk you through the different elements of your design that make Updating Connect views a little easier.
Select your icon group You can also select the icon groups you want for the Connect views.
This allows you to apply the icons to the group without having to do anything.
Select group If the icon you select for a group has already been applied to the app, you’re good to go.
For iOS, this means the icon will always appear in a group called Connect.
For Android, you might want to go back and apply the icon as a group to get the new group in the list.
You need to apply an icon in a specific group.
For example, if you have a Connect group called Contact, you need to select the Contact group, then tap the icon icon, then select the group icon, and then tap Apply.
Select icon group To apply an individual icon to a group, tap the group and then the icon in the dropdown menu.
You should see a list of icons with a check mark next to each.
Select one of those icons and then press the Apply button. The icon