An interesting way to break down the user experience with mobile devices based on elements of the device and how the user interacts with each. Three Layers of Mobile User Experience :: UXmatters.
I made an Android style avatar of myself and really kind of liked not just the result: but the application itself was pretty fun. Androidify, a free application for Android phones, lets you create an Android-style avatar of yourself (or anyone, for that matter). Swap out the clothes, adjust the side of your noggin, add [...]
In the midst of their Honeycomb announcements today, Google announced the brand new Android Market web site, which allows you to browse, search for, purchase, and manage Android apps for your phones (and tablets) right from your computer. It also allwos you to manage your phone, though only simple things for now (changing device names). [...]
Working on mobile applications, as well as doing usability research for healthcare organizations, I have been seeing a plethora of medical and health-oriented mobile applications. Not all of them have been well conceived or implemented, but the need is there. This article points out not only some of the better mobile health ideas, but also [...]