Tag Archives: UI
Although Startups these days are aiming for HTML5-enabled platform for their apps, reason is simple write once run everywhere approach sounds cost-friendly and easy to maintain, however there are three factor they need to understand before choosing Native App approach or Mobile-web App approach. 1) If your app contains stream of statuses and posts which [...]
In the name of UX and Holy Interaction Design and Information Architect Perspective, I respect Adobe’s effort regarding the coolness and awesomeness it offers to billions of designer around the world. Yet on there Job site I still need to follow the Password rules as shown in the screenshot. Password rules are so 90s, there [...]
So the limitation is pretty clear when you are developing Mobile Apps: Tiny Screen, User have short-attention span, they simple-app not a feature-freak-app, the Jackob Neilsen put it nicely and following is the quote I love most from his article: People want me to give hard and fast rules: don’t show more than X menu [...]
Check out my post at Qurtaba.net I wrote about my experience related to the sketching the interface on paper for a specific Windows Phone 7 Control. http://www.qurtaba.net/2011/02/panaroma-control-paper-based-demo/
Okay, I am kind of little frugal when it comes to buying books, I do look for a good deal or willing to buy it used online mostly from Amazon.com until and unless if it is not available anywhere in Used condition, then my second choice is Swap.com, a cool website where you can trade-in [...]
Learning IxD From Everyday Objects View more webinars from Bill DeRouchey.
Today I start using the Posterous Blogging Service for one single purpose, to bookmark my finds in Blog Style. Although there are many public bookmarking services out there, however I need something more like Blog and able to make the “Tweet Shout” while doing it. So there you go : http://mmudassir.posterous.com/ It will contain all [...]
When I need to prototype the Mobile Apps, I do need the “Gesture Icons” and related templates to communicate my prototype. UX Magazine covers the Luke Wroblewski’s “Touch Gestures Reference Guide“. Looks like next time I won’t be struggling a lot to draw my own Touch Gestures.
Look at that fly-out menu. It keep popping out whenever you scroll up or down. Ask me once and then on subsequent scrolling in either direction disable that menu! Don’t push user and don’t be intrusive they might hate to visit your content.