What I’ve been reading lately (week 41)
- Six Mobile Myths
Design for the mobile web been a subject of much discussion over the past few years. The sharing of information and experience has helped us all to gain a better understanding of best practices, pitfalls, and considerations when designing mobile products.
- Incorporating More Quiet Into The UX Design Process
Behind every successful design is a dynamic creative team, and it takes all kinds of personalities and skills to get the job done. However, the culture and expectations of a design agency are often largely centered on one outspoken, gregarious personality.
- Flat Design Won’t Hide Your Usability Sins
“The overall intent of flat design [is to] rely on typography and layout to convey hierarchy and complexity rather than less meaningful elements such as shadowing and glossiness.”
- Mobile Testing Toolbox, Part 2
This is a continuation of a two part article on mobile testing tools. In Mobile Testing Toolbox: Part 1, I talked about tools that can be used for moderated remote usability testing and for recording in-person mobile usability studies.