Sites like YouTube and Facebook are already projecting mobile use to surpass desktop use as early as *this year*. What’s your mobile and tablet strategy? Allow me to humbly present the wisdom I got from the experience of walking the last 365 miles. Barefoot. In the snow. Uphill both ways.
Sites like YouTube and Facebook are already projecting mobile use to
surpass desktop use as early as *this year*. What’s your mobile and
tablet strategy? Allow me to humbly present the wisdom I got from the
experience of walking the last 365 miles. Barefoot. In the snow. Uphill
Since this place is dedicated to improving all of our skills, I think I will take the right to promote an App I have been working on because it might save a lot of time to anyone who is starting a mobile application. As most of you already know, the mobile space is growing at a fast pace and delivering top quality mockup to clients and developers is more than ever crucial. The point is simple, design is not anymore only graphics, looking at the interaction design is going way beyond this and must integrate the project approach to get the right mix.
I need to review examples of how other mobile apps have dealt with long lists of items. Specifically what interface is offered for sorting the list or filtering the list. Ours is a mobile web application - not an IPAD, Android, BB specific app- and it is possible for the customer to have a long list of items. The list displays the item name and a number attribute representing depth. Many customers will have less than 10 items but some could have pages of items and will need a way to either sort by Name or Depth, or filter to find a specific Name.
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I've worked out what I really think about trends like Mobile First, and have made sense of the way I have been working for years. Read up on my user centric approach to finding the right design, and the right channel, input, and interface, for your product.
I want to put together a set of examples of software and services that are great, interesting (or even plain bad) examples of how to offer a product or service that spans multiple devices / form factors.
Some of the things I've thought of so far include:
Got any examples that come to mind of great (and awful) multi-platform experiences?
I am conducting a short online survey to investigate handedness in
nomadic text entry (where users input text on the move with mobile
devices). The survey will take 3-10 minutes. I would really appreciate
it if you could devote a few minutes of your time to complete this