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"Small Screens, Big Changes": Full-Day Mobile Workshops in Europe
Karen McGrane and I are teaching a full-day mobile workshop in Amsterdam, Hamburg, and Barcelona. It's a mobile knowledge explosion.
Mobile Isn't the Lite Version
Jakob Nielsen's dubious mobile website guidelines make the mistake of assuming that there's such a thing as "this is mobile content, and this is not."
Designing for “Context” Is Tricky Business
Designers often conflate device context with user context—or worse, with user intent. “This is mobile, so they’ll never want to do that.” ”This is mobile, so it’s aimed only at users on the go.” Friends, this is hooey.
“Buttons Were an Inspired UI Hack, but Now We’ve Got Better Options”
The good folks at O’Reilly interviewed me this week about how new technologies change how we should think about interface design as both consumers and designers.
3.1 Million Pixels Are Heavy
If you want to take advantage of the new iPad's gorgeous screen (and of course you do), every image you push down the wire is about to put on a ton of weight. That has implications in lots of places and for lots of people.
Workshops for Learning Mobile Design
Join Josh Clark for one of several workshops in cities around the world.
Roundup of Recent Appearances
Notes, video, podcasts, and presentation slides from Josh Clark's recent talks and appearances.
Farewell, Big Medium
Difficult news: development, support, and sales will no longer be offered for Big Medium.
More and more, when we refer to mobile, what we really mean is “non-traditional computing devices and environments,” a stodgy mouthful that really boils down to not the desktop.
We need a new term for our sprawling landscape of devices.
A Day Made of Glass
The folks at Corning put together a heckuva concept video that peeks into the near future of touchscreen interfaces.
Designing for Touch
The good folks at .net magazine indulged me by letting me grace their website with a slew of guidelines for touch design.
QR Codes Are Footnotes, Not Ads
Go figure, but pulling someone through a QR code means we have to give people information they actually want or need.
Gifts for Designers, Nerds, and Mobile Mavens
My own Amazon wish list might offer some inspiration for your nerd, too.
Gestures in #NewNewTwitter
Big changes are afoot in the new Twitter app for iPhone, with both good and bad things happening with the app's gesture interactions. Here's a hard look.