By Luis F. Mena.
We love to analyze and write/read about good UX. It's common practice to pick an app, redesign a few screens without any constrains and then share the result in Dribbble. However, more often than not, business requirements in real projects and client's platform-constrains tend to be so complex that you end up struggling to come up with an intuitive interface.
Maybe that's why not many articles out there talk about complex projects like real dashboards for Business Intelligence, or platforms' settings that display a big set of nested options. This might not be as complicated as that, but I wanted to take a moment to compare the difference in experiences among Apple, Google and Microsoft device settings.
Read more here: http://setentaydos.com/the-ux-of-mobile-settings/