With the realization that the iPad wasn't a big iPod touch, it also became quickly apparent that the iPad offered up new experiences that were not initially available on the smaller devices.
Let's take a look at such new experiences, along with how our interfaces may be influenced by such potential.
Having an iPad on hand for testing will be useful in this recipe. Having a Macintosh on hand with a copy of Keynote for Mac, along with a newspaper or notepad may also be helpful.
The larger iPad screen has helped create a variety of new experiences that were difficult to perform or impossible on the iPhone or iPod touch. If we're unfamiliar with the iPad, it ...