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更好
Simplified 更好
Traditional 更好
Pin Yin
geng4 hao3
English
  • better
  • more
Examples:
1. 通常,通知用户更好的方式是非模态的反馈。
A better way to inform users is with modeless feedback.
2. 但是进度对话框是一种更好,而且更有信息量的解决方法(我们在本章的后面会讨论更好的解决方法)。
A better, more informative solution is a process dialog box (we’ll discuss an even better solution later in this chapter).
3. 数字产品需要更好的设计方法
Digital Products Need Better Design Methods
4. 在窗格需要折叠的情况下,抽屉可能是更好的习惯用法。
In cases where panes need to collapse, a drawer may be a better idiom.
5. 只有当证明了一个新的习惯用法更好时吗?
Is it when a new idiom is measurably better?
6. 其他技术同样可以,或者更好
Other technologies work as well or better.
7. 但是如果能够按照对用户的重要性排序,不是更好吗?
That’s nice, but wouldn’t it be even better if users could order them by importance?
8. 任何标准的主要风险在于根据标准创建的产品不可能比标准更好
The primary risk of any standard is that the product that follows it is only as good as the standard itself.
9. 比如,想像一下,为高层管理者设计一种可以更好理解生意状况的数据分析工具。
Think, for example, about designing a data analytics tool to help an executive better understand the state of his business.
10. 当对象滚动出屏幕,多重选择需要更好更独特的习惯用法。
When objects can scroll off the screen, multiple selection requires a better, more distinct idiom.