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Found on the Web: Mobile Platform Updates & Goodies & Tech Throwbacks

Found on the Web: Mobile Platform Updates & Goodies & Tech Throwbacks

iPhone Hacks has a rather nice and extensive list of all the new features and design changes for iOS 7.7. There's some nicely added new features with the update such as a buy album button iTunes. For further depth in designing for iOS, Luke W goes into great detail some of the benefits and negatives ...
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[Mobile] First Time User Experiences

[Mobile] First Time User Experiences

Have you ever heard of the First Time Mobile User Experience blog? No?  You should check it out if you do any design for mobile (or products) and you're thinking about how to create that "gotcha" sort of experience. Krystal Higgins does a fantastic job of exploring the latest first time user experi ...
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IDEA (not so live blog post): Ubiquitous IA – Peter Morville

IDEA (not so live blog post): Ubiquitous IA – Peter Morville

Peter began IDEA 2010 with a very pointed question: "What is this conference? (UX? or IA?) Do we care?" It's a question that has been a repeated one within the UX community. Here's my notes below.He pointed out, "It's really two ways of looking at the same thing." Diversity creates value. We need CE ...
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Big D: Mobile Design at the Speed of Thought

Big D: Mobile Design at the Speed of Thought

Another live blogging post from the Big Design Conference.We don’t think about it as it’s second to what we do. I design something then I create this document then it’s huge and I have to condense it and then the client has to extract it then there might be problems and he has to go through al ...
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My Thoughts on Startup Weekend

My Thoughts on Startup Weekend

I had four main goals walking into startup weekend:1) Research - The last time I was a part of a startup was in 1998 during the Dot Com boom. It was a great time to be a part of a startup. I had missed the energy of one and was curious to see what people are doing and if that energy ...
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Going Native: The Anthropology of Mobile App Design by Josh Clark (@globalmoxie)

Going Native: The Anthropology of Mobile App Design by Josh Clark (@globalmoxie)

Categories Mobile, Seminar Notes
Going Native: The Anthropology of Mobile App Design by Josh Clark (@globalmoxie). Notes below.-----------------------We’re just starting to discover what they can do and what they can offer.Symbian and Windows were 80% of the market in 2008 but in the coming months it’ll be 10 OS’s.It's goog t ...
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Mobile Technology

Mobile Technology

Categories Gaming, Mobile
Mobile games take a step forwardGames on mobile phones have come a long way since Snake or endless knock-offs of arcade classics such as Asteroids and Space Invaders.Now many of the big name titles first created for consoles and PCs are turning up in shrunken versions for handsets that an increasing ...
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