Examples of Contextual Access to a Ubiquitous System

30 Apr 2012 - 12:16pm
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Looking for examples of a large enterprise-like system that has specific UX for contexual access.

Heres an example called "Ubranflow" which is like a Metro-wide Opertating System that is accessible via a browser from home, a user's mobile device, large touchscreen kiosks.  http://vimeo.com/26030147

Its a nice example of a single far-reaching system that has multiple interfaces, each one specifically desgined for the tasks of the context.

(And yes, the internet could fit this definiton.  As well as something that has desktop and mobile apps, like Facebook. Im looking for something thats a bit more explicity to designing different UIs for different contexts)



1 May 2012 - 9:52am
Jeff Kraemer

Netflix seems to meet your criteria.

In fact, they use the same HTML5 codebase for their apps (here's some detail: http://techblog.netflix.com/2010/12/why-we-choose-html5-for-user.html), but with very different experience designs for the website, mobile apps, and TV.

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