Beyond the Mobile Gold Rush

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The rise of smart devices like the iPhone and iPad has led to an application goldrush, with companies racing to stake their claim. In the early days we saw a few lucky pioneers strike gold, but like …

The rise of smart devices like the iPhone and iPad has led to an application goldrush, with companies racing to stake their claim. In the early days we saw a few lucky pioneers strike gold, but like most gold rushes, the obvious targets were quickly depleted. Digital prospectors lured by the promise of gold are now arriving to find a very different market—one rife with competition and few obvious deposits to mine.

Recent studies have shown that we tend to limit our usage to a few core applications and the bulk of apps never even get opened. So despite newspapers and magazines hailing the iPad as the saviour of the publishing industry, does it really make business sense to jump on the application bandwagon? If not, what are the alternatives?

In this keynote, Andy Budd will look at the current state of the mobile web, how we got here and where we go next. He will explore the new opportunities that have opened up for the field of user experience design, but will caution that not every mobile experience needs to start with an app.

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  • 1. Beyond TheMobile Goldrush @andybudd @clearleft
  • 2. I’m  a  late  adopter
  • 3. My  view  of  mobile  phone  owners
  • 4. I  wasn’t  a  city  bankerhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/cactusthesaint/10199871/sizes/o/
  • 5. Or  a  drug  dealerhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/cactusthesaint/10199871/sizes/o/
  • 6. Resisted  throughout  my  20s
  • 7. The  age  of  pre-­‐planning
  • 8. “Oh  my  ears  and  whiskers,  how  late  its  getting!”
  • 9. We  are  now  ‘just  in  time’  plannershttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/grif:intech/5260691835/sizes/l/
  • 10. Mobile  phones  have  made  us  sel:ishhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/jenny-­‐pics/4991324750/sizes/l/
  • 11. We  are  also  more  spontaneoushttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/stefansager/4946555920/sizes/o/
  • 12. Optimising  dead  timehttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/fciron/2557591090/sizes/o/
  • 13. Late  adopter  of  the  mobile  webhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/reneschroeder/3206856280/sizes/l/
  • 14. Twitter  by  WAP
  • 15. Twitter  by  SMShttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/mikeyboydotcom/4193594739/sizes/o/
  • 16. Beautiful  and  delightful  experiences
  • 17. I  didn’t  want  to  design  WAP  sites
  • 18. How  much  we’ve  changed
  • 19. The  mobile  webhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/mr_beaver/4629280857/sizes/l/
  • 20. I  got  my  :irst  iPhone
  • 21. Permanently  tethered  to  the  networkhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/leehaywood/4335074164/sizes/o/
  • 22. Like  a  TARDIS  and  a  sonic  screwdriver
  • 23. My  iPhone  changed  me  foreverhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/iwona_kellie/4483988483/sizes/l/
  • 24. Back-­‐up  brainhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/thoughtwax/2271384911/sizes/l/
  • 25. I  no  longer  need  to  planhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/tapps/2205216470/sizes/l/
  • 26. It’s  the  :irst  thing  I  check  in  the  morninghttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/tekmagika/4238090476/sizes/o/
  • 27. And  the  last  thing  at  nighthttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/bendodson/5321140337/sizes/l/
  • 28. It’s  dif:icult  not  to  check  in
  • 29. Mobile  design
  • 30. Early  apps  were  still  lists
  • 31. The  retina  displayhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/ivy:ield/4734415905/sizes/o/
  • 32. Mobile  challengeshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/isymonds/4670850734/sizes/l/
  • 33. Mobile  interactionhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/mohdrais/4836471403/sizes/o/
  • 34. Interaction  designhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/dotx3/4758268976/sizes/o/
  • 35. Huge  challenges
  • 36. The  human  interface  guidelineshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/nhofer/4195570343/sizes/l/
  • 37. Inconsistent  gestureshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/ari/4488252303/sizes/l/
  • 38. Tricky,  mixed  gestures
  • 39. Active  and  passive  items  appear  identical
  • 40. Functionality  is  often  hidden
  • 41. Recovering  from  accidental  activation
  • 42. Links  with  small  hit  areas
  • 43. It’s  a  bit  of  a  goldrush  out  therehttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/donsolo/2243154949/sizes/l/
  • 44. Delightful  experienceshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/:ishbulb1022/4268407490/sizes/l/
  • 45. Rich  visuals  &  natural  textures
  • 46. Windows  phone  is  totaly  different
  • 47. The  focus  is  on  typography,  colour  and  layout
  • 48. Card  vs  scroll
  • 49. The  in:inite  canvashttp://craigmod.com/journal/ipad_and_books/
  • 50. Card  based  interfaceshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/svenreed/5551062113/sizes/l/
  • 51. A  card  based  interfacehttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/j:ingas/4758882834/sizes/l/
  • 52. Hierarchical  navigationhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/williamhook/4742869256/sizes/o/
  • 53. A  lack  of  meta  controlshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/dontthinkfeel/197012137/sizes/l/
  • 54. Apps  are  not  the  web
  • 55. Don’t  replicate  content
  • 56. Understanding  contexthttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/lo_ise/4691956452/sizes/l/
  • 57. Don’t  make  assumptionshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/davo39/5043907440/sizes/l/
  • 58. Tablet  engagementhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/fohlin/5643928414/sizes/o/
  • 59. The  web  is  becoming  the  snacking  activityhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/superfantastic/2220398660/sizes/o/
  • 60. Attentionhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/elrogos/4697925308/sizes/l/
  • 61. People  want  to  get  in  and  out  quicklyhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/neilspicys/3123412133/sizes/o/
  • 62. Information  anxietyhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/xrrr/3241210401/sizes/o/
  • 63. Mobile  apps  are  constrainedhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/auntiep/5024498760/sizes/o/
  • 64. A  pleasurable  experiencehttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/wiertz/5584753106/sizes/l/
  • 65. The  gateway  drug  to  good  UXhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/mollystevens/5179946914/
  • 66. “You’re  hired”http://www.:lickr.com/photos/csb13/202555278/sizes/o/
  • 67. Stealth  designhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/danielygo/5103425259/sizes/l/
  • 68. Freedom  to  do  goodhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/larsk:lem/3344530674/sizes/o/
  • 69. Sharpening  the  proposition
  • 70. Thin  end  of  the  wedgehttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/dimitryb/2567252322/sizes/o/
  • 71. Good  business?http://www.:lickr.com/photos/dimitryb/2567252322/sizes/o/
  • 72. “Number of smart phones expectedto hit 1.7 billion globally in 2013” “350,000, apps for the iPhone compared to“As of January 18, 2011, Androids 88,000” - Feb 11the App Store had over9.9 billion downloads” “Top 25 apps category - 20,000 downloads per day. Making $12k-22k per day”“Angry Bird, the best-sellingiPhone paid game app of all timewith 4 million downloads at 99cents - earning 4 million”
  • 73. The  :igureshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/dominicspics/3915942881/sizes/o/
  • 74. The  useful  minorityhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/timmargh/3550584542/sizes/l/
  • 75. A  few  winners
  • 76. The  app  storeshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/bluecinderellee/2342066937/sizes/l/
  • 77. Full  to  the  brim
  • 78. Quality  &  feedbackhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/visualpanic/1996389857/sizes/l/
  • 79. Reach  for  the  top
  • 80. Console  games
  • 81. UX  -­‐  success
  • 82. Mobile  appshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/jamesroseuk/3340937350/sizes/o/
  • 83. Native  apps
  • 84. The  mobile  web
  • 85. We  visit  many  more  websites  than  appshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/pieterouwerkerk/698629985/sizes/l/
  • 86. What’s  next?http://www.:lickr.com/photos/oberazzi/318947873/sizes/l/
  • 87. Mobile  payment
  • 88. Near  :ield  technology
  • 89. Hybrid  technology
  • 90. The  next  breakout  gamehttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/idiolector/100071458/sizes/o/
  • 91. Mobile  toyshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/tocaboca/5523732661/
  • 92. Two  screen  experiences
  • 93. Augmented  apps
  • 94. A  huge  opportunityhttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/purecaffeine/4325067780/sizes/o/
  • 95. Fun  new  challengeshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/lucamascaro/4815797521/sizes/o/
  • 96. Don’t  forget  the  lessons  of  the  pasthttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/mauriz/5391449320/sizes/o/
  • 97. Apps  aren’t  always  appropriatehttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/pagedooley/2121472112/sizes/l/
  • 98. Extend  existing  serviceshttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/zruda/5025537335/sizes/l/
  • 99. Don’t  release  any  more  craphttp://www.:lickr.com/photos/coxy/2358433454/sizes/z/
  • 100. Our  :irst  mobile  App
  • 101. @andybudd @clearleft