“A young woman uses mobile technology to identify, search and buy an outfit for a wedding and to interact with retailers in the online and physical worlds.” This video is all about engaging customers in retail world.
“Fingers and thumbs turn design conventions on their head. Touchscreen interfaces create ergonomic, contextual, and even emotional demands that are unfamiliar to desktop designers. Find out why our beloved desktop windows, buttons, and widgets are weak replacements for manipulating content directly, and learn practical principles for designing mobile interfaces that are both more fun and more intuitive. Along the way, discover why buttons are a hack, how to develop your gesture vocabulary, and why toys and toddlers provide eye-opening lessons in this new style of design.” – Josh Clark
Recent discussion at Mobile Portland on the importance of considering “context” in designing mobile products and services. (The Panelists includes Josh Clark, Daniel Davis, Ty Hatch, Rachel Hinman and Tim Kadlec).
“Pick up most books about building web sites or products for mobile and you’ll hear a common refrain extolling you to pay attention to the mobile context. Usually this means paying attention to the fact that people using mobile phones are likely to be on the go, have limited attention, and slow Internet connections. This may have been true in the past, but data suggests that this behavior is changing: 93% of smartphone owners use their smartphones while at home, 62% of people use their mobile phone while watching television, 69% use mobile while shopping, 39% of smartphone owners use their devices in the bathroom.”
We are all living through the early stages of an extraordinary revolution. Connecting not just people but communities, systems and intelligence. Enabling us to collaborate, innovate, sustain, learn, care and participate. When one person connects their life changes. With everything connected our world changes. A connected world is just the beginning.
Watch the above video campaign of Ericsson’s vision for the Networked Society.
“So you built an app. People can take your brand anywhere they go. But do they? And where do you go from here? Have apps delivered the value you expected from mobile? “
An article worth reading by punchcut if you don’t just want to join a App Race. It’s important to understand holistic mobile strategy beyond a one-off killer app.
The Internet has changed the way we live—that’s obvious. But what we think people forget is how big and important the worldwide web really is. Do you know how much time people spend on the Internet every day? The Internet is a strange, huge beast. It is getting bigger, faster and more mobile each day.
This is the face of the Internet now.!
Nice concept, great content pairing.
A short presentation by Precious, outlining six design patterns for multi-screen experiences. The presentation outlines different ways to think about the relationships between multiple co-existent screens (which they’ve called Coherence, Synchronization, Screen Sharing, Device Shifting, Complementarity, Simultaneity). via smallsurfaces.
The Rimino concept is an E-paper mobile device with a user interface inspired by print posters. Historically, as technology has progressed, devices have become more conspicuous. Rimino challenges this trend and presents the alternative: technology that is more integrated and more sensitive to the human experience.
Rimino concept video represents a future that is envisioned to be more aligned with what we need and want as people instead of our needs and wants being dictated by technology.
Awesome work with great details.
Practitioners of mobile UX design often cite context as the biggest difference between designing for mobile experiences and other design spaces. But what does “the mobile context“ really mean?
Rachel Hinman Article on “De-Mystifying The Elusive Mobile Context” talk about Mobile experiences occur in diverse places and times, and under dynamic social conditions.
It’s time to go mobile.