UIEtips: Mobile UX’s Tsunami-Sized Ripple Effects

Jared Spool

December 6th, 2012

In this week’s UIEtips, I look at how mobile technology affects our design and development decisions and how it changes the user experience.

Here’s an excerpt from the article

It’s a big deal. A really big deal.

The pebble of the mobile phone hitting the market has grown into a massive, earth-moving force of nature that is fundamentally changing how we look at our design work. If your design team isn’t preparing for this change, you’ll be washed away when it makes land in your part of the world.

It touches every part of our UX work, from how we design our interactions, to how we integrate the devices. It affects how we figure out what to build and how we interact with the rest of our organizations. Who would’ve thought that something as small as a smartphone would have such a tsunami-sized ripple effect through our work?

Read the article: Mobile UX’s Tsunami-Sized Ripple Effects.

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How are you and your team adapting to the ever changing sea of mobile design? We want to hear your experiences.

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