Progressive reduction is an interesting concept in user interface design, suggesting that as a user becomes more familiar with an app’s user interface your UI should adapt to the user and reduce the amount of information shown.
Here’s an interesting library allowing you to easily create adaptive user interface elements called AdaptiveController with an example tab bar implementation demonstrating progressive reduction.
AdaptiveController allows you to set up different appearance states, and based on the starting date, and specified intervals will progress through the user interface states.
This animation from the readme shows the progressive reduction concept in action:
You can find AdaptiveController and Adaptive Tab Bar on Github here.
A nice library for making user interface components adaptive.
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