GPS User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Literature on GPS
Ch 14: Context-Aware Computing
A tablet computer switching the orientation of the screen, maps orienting themselves with the user’s current orientation and adapting the zoom level to the current speed, and switching on the backlight of the phone when used in the dark are examples of computers that are aware of their environment and their context of use. Less than 10 years ago...
Getting Lost and Found – Maps and the Mobile User Experience
The ability to harness GPS data and map data on smartphone platforms offers designers a chance to enhance the user experience of their products. However, in order for maps to deliver better experiences for users – it’s important to integrate these features with UX in mind. There are some sensible rules that can be used to increase your chances o...
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