UX professionals and researchers agree that interacting with web interfcaces has lots of differences that doing it with mobile interfaces.
I’m not discovering anything new. I’m only providing some good redings to deal with this differences:
- Why the Mobile Footer Matters…, by Sam Green on July 2, 2014
- Customizing Help and Tips by Input Type, by Luke Wroblewsi on June 11, 2014
- Scaling User Interfaces: An Information-Processing Approach to Multi-Device Design, by Raluca Budiu on April 13, 2014
- 5 Reasons to Redesign Your Intranet Using Responsive Design, and 4 Reasons Not To, by Kara Pernice on March 23, 2014
- The Pros and Cons of Responsive Web Design vs. Mobile Website vs. Native App, by Armen Ghazarian on February 10, 2014
- Web Sites vs. Web Apps: What the experts think, by Ciprian Borodescu on July 29, 2013
- 10 Ways Mobile Sites Are Different from Desktop Web Sites, by Shanshan Ma on March 21, 2011
Sure you know some more related articles. Please share !!!
User Experience Careers. How to Become a UX Pro, and How to Hire One, interesting (and free !!) report from S. Farrel & J. Nielsen. It analyzes how UX pros educated and trained themselves for their careers.
In 2013 they surveyed 963 people working in the UX field to find out what they do at work, what is most useful to know, and which kinds of people thrive in UX research, interaction design, and information architecture.
Per casualitat he anat recollint llocs on hi ha consells a tenir en compte a l’hora de dissenyar interfícies d’usuari:
i per acabar, aquest d’una empresa amb algun conegut:
Si en teniu més, els deixeu als comentaris !!!
NOTE: this entry comes from http://alistapart.com/article/interviewing-humans
This checklist for effective user research was adapted from the Ethnography Field Guide produced by the Helsinki Design Lab, powered by Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund (http://bkaprt.com/jer/10/):
- Create a welcoming atmosphere to make participants feel at ease.
- Always listen more than you speak. Continue reading