Literature on Mobile Notification
5 Ways to Improve the UX of Your Applications
Application design is the biggest field of endeavour in technology at the moment. It seems that ever since Apple launched the iPhone that clever people are coming together to try and make our lives ever more interesting via the various app stores. Yet, there are some simple things that these wonderful folks could do to improve our overall user e...
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- 3 months ago
Make it Easy on the User: Designing for Discoverability within Mobile Apps
Discoverability sometimes also referred to as “learnability” is the ease at which users can find new features or functions with an app and learn to use the things that they find. While this has always been an important part of user experience design – it becomes even more important in the mobile design environment where limitations on screen rea...
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- 2 years ago
Learn 6 fundamental UX Smartwatch lessons that Apple learned the hard way
By early 2016, Apple had captured nearly half of the smartwatch market, having extensively improved on old flaws. It’s essential that you learn the six fundamental UX smartwatch lessons that Apple learned the hard way. These UX fundamentals help you not only to conceptualize designing for smartwatches but also to appreciate the implications of h...
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- 2 years ago
Talk to Me! Feedback and Notifications in Mobile Design
Smartphone users interact with their phones up to 150 times a day. Some of their interactions are long interactions but many are short and hurried. Because of this smartphone users may lack the patience of desktop users and without the appropriate feedback and notifications they may abandon an app or web presence quickly never to return. Mobile ...
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- 3 years ago
Better Notification UX for Phones and Tablets
I have a confession to make. I bought a $700 smartphone and have now permanently disconnected it from being online during the day. Why? The notifications are driving me berserk. Ding! You have a Facebook message. Ding! It’s 1 degree colder outside than it was yesterday. Ding! Your phone company has released another minor variation of Android. Di...
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- 3 years ago
An Extension of What You Should Already Know – UX for Mobile Applications
Mobile apps are subject to the normal rules of user experience design; a product of any kind requires user research, iterative design and user testing prior to release. However, there are specific rules which apply to mobile apps in general that are unique to the mobile app user experience. Knowing these rules enables you to make design decision...
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- 4 years ago