Hello! We would like to hear your ideas and opinions on having a mobile application for UX Specialists.
Help us brainstorm by answering the questions below. We look forward to receiving your thoughts and insights.
Do you know of tools/applications/activities that are useful for User Experience Specialists?
Do you think having a mobile application for User Experience Specialists will be useful?
If so, what features/tools should the application have?
I've completed the UI and UX design for an iPad app and now it's time to hand everything off for development and I was wondering if there were any best practices for documenting the interaction design for the developer. Our dev is in house, so I can just pop over and talk to him, but I think documentation would be best for workflow.
If you've had experience documenting interaction design for iOS in the past, please share.
a mobile application development company with offices in San Francisco,
looking to hire a Mobile User Experience Lead to manage mobile
application projects. This position is part time and begins this June.
General usability guidelines states users expect a search feature to contain besides the search field, a button labeled "search". Looking at recent designs of search, the button is disappearing. These lack the search button.
All Apple search, i.e. apple.com, Spotlight and iOS. They have a clear button. On iOS, the keyboard provides a search button.
Google Chrome. The address bar functions as a search and is activated by pressing Enter.