What do your iPad smudges say about you? Or more specifically, about whatever app you were just poking around in? Design Language News decided to find out:
Because the primary input method of the iPad is a single piece of multitouch glass, developers have incredible flexibility to design unique user interfaces. It’s hard to appreciate the variety of UIs though, since turning the screen off removes virtually all evidence of them. To spotlight these differences, I looked at the only fragments that remain from using an app: fingerprints.
The full results below show some interesting differences, particularly in when static touches and swipes are implemented, but mostly I’ll just take it as a warning to wash my hands before and after Fruit Ninja.