ENTRIES TAGGED "mobile design"
Author Rachel Hinman on the future of mobile design and UX.
Many roads to mobile payment, an index of mobile payment readiness, and how to make mobile shopping faster.
The New York Times takes a look at the different mobile payment solutions, MasterCard surveys the globe to see who's ready for mobile payments, and the CEO of i-Cue Design suggests a faster mobile shopping solution. (Commerce Weekly is produced as part of a partnership between O'Reilly and PayPal.)
An open standards battle in the U.K., mobile web development keeps growing, the upside of functional languages.
This week on O'Reilly: We learned how the U.K. government is facing pressure from all sides as it evaluates open standards, Maximiliano Firtman evaluated two years' worth of mobile web developments, and the utility of functional languages was put in the spotlight.
Best practices and common mistakes in mobile web development.
In this Velocity podcast, the co-authors of "Head First Mobile Web" discuss mobile website optimization, mobile design considerations, and common mobile development mistakes.
Author Theresa Neil on app designs to emulate and the value of anti-patterns.
There's a direct line between a great app experience and a great app design. In this interview, "Mobile Design Pattern Gallery" author Theresa Neil weighs in on app patterns and UI best practices.
"Designing Mobile Interfaces" co-author Steven Hoober on common UI mistakes.
In this interview, “Designing Mobile Interfaces” co-author Steven Hoober discusses common mobile interface mistakes, and he offers his thoughts on the latest mobile device trends — including why the addition of gestures and sensors isn’t wholly positive.
Five data predictions for 2012, a Kindle Single and long-form journalism, and the frustrations of the mobile experience.
This week on O'Reilly: Edd Dumbill offered five big data predictions for the year to come, Marc Herman discussed his new Kindle Single and how that platform could help long-form journalism, and Joshua Bixby examined mobile frustrations and expectations.