Many of these apps are just as useful to the patient as they are to the doctors.
12 Hot Mobile Medical Apps — InformationWeek.
Posted in Business, Health, Medical, Mobile, Review, Software, Technology, Touch, UCD, Usability, User Centered Design |
Tagged Android, applications, apps, blackberry, health, informationweek, ipad, iPhone, RIM |
Motiv is a new development platform from Immersion. This should make creating more engaging UI and games on Android mobile devices easier and faster.
I am particularly interested in the ability to create different frequencies of vibration easily. I have worked with other Immersion software in the past including rumble and touch sense.
One of the things that make their development platforms so attractive are the easy dashboards that allow developers to select a set of elements, like keyboards or vibrations.
Posted in Android, Design, Games, Interaction Design, Mobile, Software, Touch, UCD, Usability, User Centered Design, User Experience |
Tagged Android, feedback, haptic, immersion, Mobile, motiv, tactile, UCD, Usability |
The design of mobile sites is the new wave of IxD. It seems everyone
has an article these days about it. UX Matters is no different and posted this up today.
10 Ways Mobile Sites Are Different from Desktop Web Sites :: UXmatters.
Posted in Design, Interaction Design, Mobile, UCD, User Centered Design |
Tagged Design, desktop, interaction, Interaction Design, ixd, Mobile, site, ux matters, web, website |
I made the change to a usability specialist career over 8 years ago and have never looked back. I have been extremely happy with my jobs, my coworkers, the topics and tasks I do everyday are
This article on UX Magazine by Patrick Malecek details job satisfaction by UX practitioners and I found it extremely interesting.
Survey research conducted in the fall of 2010 investigating job satisfaction among usability practitioners and how satisfaction is impacted by employer type, organizational placement, and other factors.
Posted in Business, Interaction Design, Usability, Usability Links, User Centered Design, User Experience |
Tagged career, HFI, satisfaction, Survey, Usability, Usability Links, UX magazine |
Technology should provide ways to make our lives easier. I believe that if we can help level the playing field and reduce the amount of time people have to come up with workarounds, then we are moving in the right direction.
Posted in Accessibility, Apple, iPhone, Mobile, Money, Special Needs, User Centered Design |
Tagged accessi, app, blind, currency, iPhone, looktel, reader |