Friday, August 18, 2017

Taylor Ling has written yet another post that is absolutely worth your time. In the latest post Taylor describes the process behind crafting the user experience for the Unclouded app. Read the full post here:http://androiduiux.com/2014/08/12/crafting-the-unclouded-experience/ Android UI Patterns

One of the big features in iOS 6 is the all new App Store. After acquiring chomp, Apple has made its presence felt in the new App Store. The new App Store has been criticized for its new layout making it difficult to discover new apps and its sluggish performance. There are a number of  [ Read More ]

The number of great looking apps on iOS is massive and we have featured a lot of them here. With the introduction of Android 4.0 (ICS) and eventually 4.1 (Jellybean), Matias Duarte has been changing Android for the better. The overall experience of using a stock Android device is improving with each update. While the  [ Read More ]

Sorry, but I have to stop you this very instant. If you are expecting to learn something new by reading this article, I am going to let you down big time. However, I do think you should bookmark this page and return to it from time to time and have a refill. A lot of  [ Read More ]

Here’s a stunning example of what the new web technologies are capable of. The fine folks at HelloEnjoy have put together this highly visual & colorful interactive music experience that utilizes the power of WebGL in modern browsers. It’s interactive, so you can move your mouse pointer around to steer the “light” and even click  [ Read More ]

    Usability and user experience testing is vital to creating a successful website, and only more so if it’s an e-commerce website, a complex app or another website for which there’s a definite ROI. And running your own user tests to find out how users are interacting with your website and where problems might  [ Read More ]

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