The Mobile Frontier
A Guide for Designing Mobile Experiences
Published: June 2012
by Rachel Hinman
In The Mobile Frontier, Rachel Hinman offers a comprehensive perspective on designing for mobile devices in support of mobile people. She draws on her decade of experience, and the results are highly readable, engaging, and—more importantly—actionable."
—Jon Kolko, Director, Austin Center for Design
Mobile user experience is a new frontier. Untethered from a keyboard and mouse, this rich design space is ripe with opportunities to invent new and more human ways for people to interact with information. The Mobile Frontier will help you navigate this unfamiliar and fast-changing landscape, and inspire you to explore the possibilities that mobile technology presents.
The book provides:
- Basic lessons in mobile UX design that will enable readers to begin designing mobile experiences with confidence
- In-depth information on advanced mobile design topics UX professionals will spend the next 10+ years pioneering
- Interviews with mobile industry experts
- The tools and frameworks necessary to begin tackling mobile UX problems in a rapidly changing design space.
It is the essential UX guide for the mobile frontier.
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UX Magazine has published an excerpt of Rachel’s book, and is running a contest with five free copies as prizes! Follow the guidelines and post your entry in Twitter or Facebook; entering will take you just a minute or two, and the contest ends on Friday, June 22.
Super stoked to announce that after what seems like forever, The Mobile Frontier: A Guide to Creating Mobile Experiences, is now available. Hooray! I hope you enjoy it …
All 390 (yes, 390!) of the book’s illustrations (including front and back covers) are now available via Flickr; enjoy!
Alex is Head of Product at foursquare. Alex brings 12 years of product development experience and a multidisciplinary background to his work, with a focus on mobile, social and emerging technologies. Previously, he co-founded Dodgeball, one of the first mobile social services in the U.S., which he sold to Google in May 2005. He is …
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