2. Dynamic Typography
The major iOS 7 redesign in 2013 introduced an overhauled interface, shifting emphasis away from buttons and bars to a sparser and more text-centered experience. Text components became even more critical parts of UI design in this clean, white world. System additions such as Dynamic Type created a holistic text development system, one that deferred to user preferences and sensory limitations. In this chapter, you see how text display adjusts to user preferences and sensory limitations, letting content flow to match dynamically changing typography. Each app accommodates its user by adjusting text to match global system type preferences.
Type Size and User Needs
iOS serves the user. It creates a system of graceful deference ...