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- Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc, USA
- Format: Paperback | 584 pages
- Dimensions: 178mm x 231mm x 25mm | 1,111g
- Publication date: 9 December 2011
- Publication City/Country: Sebastopol
- ISBN 10: 1449394639
- ISBN 13: 9781449394639
- Illustrations note: col. Illustrations
- Sales rank: 381,800
With hundreds of thousands of mobile apps available today, your app needs to capture a user's interest within minutes - and sometimes even sooner. This practical guide teaches you the core principles for designing effective mobile user interfaces, and helps you get started by providing more than 40 proven UI patterns for mobile websites and applications. You'll find patterns for using gesture and sound, patterns that apply to touch and scroll-and-select devices, and some patterns that have different implementations to fit different interaction methods. Learn which patterns apply to the situation or problem you're trying to solve. In several cases, you'll discover more than one choice. Rather than attempt to repackage a web UI for a small screen, you need to take a completely different approach. Designing Mobile Interfaces shows you how.
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Steven Hoober has been documenting design process for all of his 15 year design career, and entered mobile full time in 2007 when he joined Little Springs Design. His work includes Designing by Drawing and he is a frequent contributor to the Little Springs Design blog. Steven has led projects on security, account management, content distribution, and communications services for numerous products, from construction supplies to hospital recordkeeping. Before coming to Little Springs, Steven spent eight years at U.S. mobile operator Sprint. Eric Berkman is a Designer at Little Springs Design, a leading mobile UX design agency. Eric received his Master's degree in Interaction Design as well as his bachelor's from the University of Kansas. From Coca-Cola to the City of Lawrence Transit System, Eric's career has encompassed such diverse companies such as Miller Brewing Company and Bristol-Merys Squibb. His expertise and interests focus on a user-centric, participatory design approach to create meaningful individual, social, and cultural interactions.