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  • UX
    With android best practices Design Strategy Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles tablet UX UX Design Mobile Welcome UX Antipattern End User License Agreement EULA Jan 2nd 2013 by contributor Like the overzealous zombie cross breed between a lawyer and a customs agent End User License Agreements EULAs require multiple forms to be filled out in triplicate while keeping the customers from enjoying the app they have so laboriously invested time and flash memory space to download Filed Under 56 Articles on Digital Strategy Mobile and Search Design Strategy Articles Featured UX Design Articles Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Tagged With android best practices BoxesandArrows Design Strategy iPad iPhone Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles strategy tablet UX UX Design Essential Design Patterns For Mobile Banking Jul 5th 2012 by contributor Despite a great deal of mobile innovation many creators of financial apps still copy their interface patterns from the desktop Web even though these patterns are not as well suited to the mobile space Small screens custom controls divided attention and fat fingers demand different thinking when designing for mobile taking what works on the Web and converting it into authentically mobile flows using simple effective design patterns Filed Under 56 Articles on Digital Strategy Mobile and Search Design Strategy Articles Featured UX Design Articles Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Tagged With android best practices iPad iPhone Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Mobile Banking Mobile Payments prototyping Smashing Magazine tablet UX Android 4 0 Siri and Tangible Future of Voice Search UX Jun 12th 2012 by Greg Nudelman Today Apple announced a bunch of enhancements to Siri and voice search How does Siri UX compare with Android 4 0 What s just around the corner for Voice Search Don t tell your phone or tablet anything else until you ve read the article Filed Under 56 Articles on Digital Strategy Mobile and Search Featured UX Design Articles Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Search UX Design Articles Tagged With android Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Search UX Design Articles siri tablet UX UX Design voice HULT University Course Advanced User Experience July 2 August 3 2011 San Francisco CA Jun 1st 2012 by Greg Nudelman Course Description This course teaches how to create best of class cross channel customer experiences on the mobile tablet and web Using Mobile First design principles students will learn the practical modern UX methods and best design approaches for each channel with special focus on critical elements of mobile apps search navigation forms and workflows Although no technical expertise Filed Under Speaking Tagged With Agile best practices courses Design Strategy ecommerce iPad iPhone Kindle Fire landing pages paper prototypes Presentation prototyping Social Networking Software Engineering speaking teaching UX UX Design UX Research workshops Mobile Magic Moments Transform the Trivial Apr 19th 2012 by contributor When mobile or tablet design is executed well the device feels like the extension of our bodies Because interfaces respond even before we consciously give them

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  • C-Swipe: An Ergonomic Solution To Navigation Fragmentation On Android
    it anywhere you might currently use the action bar As I describe in my upcoming book Android Design Patterns Interaction Solutions for Developers particularly good candidates for the C Swipe pattern today are experiences that call for a lights out mode with hidden Swiss Army knife style navigation such as for reading and browsing a magazine Another important point is that C Swipe is almost infinitely extensible It can be used to add more menu functions than can be seen on the screen plus two or three levels of menus on top of the existing first level menu scheme To access overflow menu functions the semi circle inside the circular menu can be enabled as a separate button As shown in figure 4 below tapping that button spins the circle around bringing up the overflow functions tapping it again returns the menu to the original view This allows the user to comfortably access 8 to 12 top level functions Fig 4 Accessing the C Swipe overflow menu by tapping the central button To add submenus consider exploring both swipe and release and swipe only Fig 5 Two ways to access the C Swipe submenu The top row shows swipe and release tapping the favorite function in the open C Swipe menu brings up a circular selection of stars The user has to release their thumb from the screen to see the functions available in the submenu and then tap the option they desire Swipe and hold shown in the bottom row works similarly the user swipes and keeps their thumb on the screen Upon sliding their thumb to the desired function for example favorite the user would release their thumb from the screen Then the main menu would be replaced with the submenu The point is that the C Swipe theme has many variations and the submenu does not need to be semi circular It could be a long list of text and or icons or a dedicated lightbox as long as it comes up near where the main C Swipe menu was invoked Why Use C Swipe C swipe has a number of important benefits Facilitates immersive experiences This highly immersive pattern keeps functionality hidden until needed It opens up 100 of the screen on any of Android s 3 997 device types to immersive experiences such as shopping reading movie viewing and virtual reality Minimizes arm strain C Swipe is particularly suitable for large touch devices such as the upcoming 15 17 and 21 inch touch tablets Reaching the top or bottom action bars in Android 4 s existing navigation scheme would require large arm gestures quickly leading to arm fatigue By contrast the C Swipe menu appears wherever the hand is positioned on the screen and does not require large arm movements Obeys Fitts Law Fitts Law stipulates that the speed and ease of tapping a button correlates to the size of the target and the distance to it Thus tapping a small button on a large

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  • contributor
    Articles Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Tagged With android carousel design pattern ios Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Smashing Magazine tablet Three essentials of Android design DNA Jan 25th 2013 by contributor For many years since its release the Android OS has been behaving like a teenager in the grip of raging hormones Growth has been nothing short of explosive and the changes have been sweeping and profound With the release of Ice Cream Sandwich OS the UI standards and design elements have changed dramatically and the platform has really matured and even stabilized somewhat Nevertheless the OS has retained it s rebellious hacker DNA with unique features that are authentically Android Filed Under 56 Articles on Digital Strategy Mobile and Search Design Strategy Articles Featured UX Design Articles Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Tagged With android best practices Design Strategy Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles tablet UX UX Design Mobile Welcome UX Antipattern End User License Agreement EULA Jan 2nd 2013 by contributor Like the overzealous zombie cross breed between a lawyer and a customs agent End User License Agreements EULAs require multiple forms to be filled out in triplicate while keeping the customers from enjoying the app they have so laboriously invested time and flash memory space to download Filed Under 56 Articles on Digital Strategy Mobile and Search Design Strategy Articles Featured UX Design Articles Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Tagged With android best practices BoxesandArrows Design Strategy iPad iPhone Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles strategy tablet UX UX Design Essential Design Patterns For Mobile Banking Jul 5th 2012 by contributor Despite a great deal of mobile innovation many creators of financial apps still copy their interface patterns from the desktop Web even though these patterns are not as well suited

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  • Inventions
    and localized This article provides a detailed walk through of the design and code and provides a downloadable mini app so that you can try out C Swipe to see whether it s right for your app Filed Under 56 Articles on Digital Strategy Mobile and Search Featured UX Design Articles Inventions Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Tagged With android design pattern invention ios Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles navigation Patent Smashing Magazine tablet US Patent 6677343 Substituted Piperazine Compounds Jan 20th 2010 by Greg Nudelman Key Ranolazine patent for CV Therapeutics Gilead a novel class of compounds that are useful in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases including arrhythmias angina congestive heart disease and myocardial infarction Filed Under Inventions Tagged With Biochemistry Medicinal Chemistry Patent Pharmaceutical US Patent 6180615 Propargyl Phenyl Ether A2A Receptor Agonists Jan 20th 2010 by Greg Nudelman Key CV Therapeutics Gilead patent for A2A receptor agonists to stimulate mammalian coronary vasodilatation for therapeutic purposes and for purposes of imaging the heart Filed Under Inventions Tagged With Biochemistry Medicinal Chemistry Patent Pharmaceutical US Patent 6677336 Substituted Piperazine Compounds Jan 20th 2010 by Greg Nudelman Key Ranolazine patent for CV Therapeutics Gilead a novel class of

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  • design pattern
    Digital Strategy Mobile and Search Featured UX Design Articles Inventions Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Tagged With android design pattern invention ios Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles navigation Patent Smashing Magazine tablet The Definitive Guide To The Android Carousel Design Pattern Feb 1st 2013 by contributor We ll use the analogy of a real world amusement park carousel to explain what makes for an authentically mobile user experience

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  • invention
    alternative navigation pattern for tablets and mobile devices that is novel ergonomic and localized This article provides a detailed walk through of the design and code and provides a downloadable mini app so that you can try out C Swipe to see whether it s right for your app Filed Under 56 Articles on Digital Strategy Mobile and Search Featured UX Design Articles Inventions Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles

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  • ios
    Digital Strategy Mobile and Search Featured UX Design Articles Inventions Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Tagged With android design pattern invention ios Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles navigation Patent Smashing Magazine tablet The Definitive Guide To The Android Carousel Design Pattern Feb 1st 2013 by contributor We ll use the analogy of a real world amusement park carousel to explain what makes for an authentically mobile user experience

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  • navigation
    Mobile and Search Featured UX Design Articles Inventions Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles Tagged With android design pattern invention ios Mobile and Tablet UX Design Articles navigation Patent Smashing Magazine tablet Searching Help Don t Even Go There Jan 19th 2010 by Greg Nudelman Web site user assistance that consistently exceeds customer s expectations can catapult your company to legendary status and create brand equity you can measure in

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