ARTICLE SUMMARY: UX design used to be fairly straightforward, a client would come to you and tell you what they wanted and you delivered. Thems was the old days.
Today, thanks to modern technology you have smart phones, iPads, tablets and a host of other gadgets to design for and they all work with the swipe of the finger on the screen. Gone are the days of one size fits all.
“The Bible of Mobile UX Design: 20 Main Rules” from FlowMapp is here to help you walk through the mobile design process by providing the designer with a comprehensive list of rules to follow to give your client the best UX design possible. Some of these rules to follow are
- conduct the end-to-end research
- explore the technology stack used for your project
- deliver a multi-device user experience
This is a soup to nuts set of rules that will help you create a top-notch mobile UX design even if you are just starting out in the business.
Considering the complexity of mobile design, a list like this should be in every designers tool box and at the ready when starting a new project.
This is a great resource for new and seasoned designers alike.
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