Guest Post Carin van Vuuren is the Chief Marketing Officer at Usablenet.
Guest Post Apple is changing its entire design approach to this “flat” world with iOS 7 and Microsoft’s Windows 8 has taken a similar approach. But both ignore places where the skeuomorphic model is still critical to the usefulness of a technology.
Guest Post It’s easiest if you consider the four types of testing — unit, functional, data, and user experience — as building blocks that can be put together to create more comprehensive testing.
Guest Post Here are four common mistakes that could plague your responsive project.
Guest Post Screen size matters more than content creators think.
Guest Post Here are some tools and techniques you can use to flush out problems in your mobile app design.
Editor’s Pick “For every step forward in technology,“ says designer Mark Curtis, “you lose something and you gain something.”
Guest Post With all the money and effort being poured into mobile right now, why is engagement so low? Mobile developers keep on making the same mistakes.
Editor’s Pick Modal pop-ups! Crazy typography! Larger-than-life images! Here’s all the best — and worst — from web & mobile design in 2012.
I’m guessing most of us didn’t have a clue what that was yesterday, but most of us have encountered it and wondered about it in Apple products.
Here’s a sneak peek at the new iOS app lineup for Fab.com. The startup’s previous lineup was so last year.
Reflow is Adobe’s Creative Suite-level tool for responsive design. It lets developer/designers pull in images and motion graphics, create HTML divs and CSS styling on the fly, and then quickly adjust sizes and elements for different screen sizes.
The Niceties blog stands as proof that regardless of rhetoric to the contrary, gorgeous, design-competitive Android apps do exist, and they’re as breathtaking, sophisticated, and elegant as their Windows Phone and iOS cousins.
It’s clear now that design is a big part of the mobile experience, but it’s still difficult for developers to balance touch functionality with an attractive interface. Plunk fixes that.
[vimeo 45562363 w=640 h=360] Swrve, a product for A/B testing for web and mobile apps, pretty much lives at the corner of pretty design and profitable apps.
Editor's Pick For too long, Android has been the ugly cousin to Apple’s iOS in terms of design. But with the release of Android 4.0, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich, all that is changing.