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Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices
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Going native - Taking desktop applications to mobile devices

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How does a business make informed decisions around taking their desktop apps to the mobile world? Elan Lennard will share some of the experiences from Global Graphics Software in exploring which …

How does a business make informed decisions around taking their desktop apps to the mobile world? Elan Lennard will share some of the experiences from Global Graphics Software in exploring which functionality makes sense to port to mobile devices, what the differences in human/computer interaction will be, and whether it makes sense to go native to each OS or to use a more portable solution such as HTML5.

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  • 1. GOING NATIVE DECISIONS FOR MOBILEElan Lennard glamourgeek.com
  • 2. TOPICS For Discussion glamourgeek.com
  • 3. Who Am I? Why Am I Here? glamourgeek.com
  • 4. What your customers will need to achieve on a mobile deviceCHOOSING FUNCTIONALITY glamourgeek.com
  • 5. UsageDesktop Software •Creating & editingWhat is it good for? documents •Interacting with multipleUsers are comfortable with long systemshours spent creating and editingdocuments on their desktop Attributescomputers. •Keyboard & mouse driven •Large screensEach user has most likely set up •Powerful CPU & video cardtheir system exactly how they •Lots of storageprefer, making interaction as •Multiple windowscomfortable for them as possible.
  • 6. Apps on Tablets How are they used?Tablet devices are more Usagepowerful then ever, and with •Reviewing documentsthe BYOD trend, workers •Light system interactionacross many sectors areadopting them for daily tasks. Attributes •Touch drivenUsers on tablets are prone to •Mid-size, high qualityshort attention spans and screensexpect fewer steps to achieve •Fast CPU & GPUtheir goals. •Challenges with power consumption •Single window
  • 7. UsageApps on Smartphones •Sending short messagesInteractions on the go •Completing small tasksThe days of only using mobile Attributesphones for phone calls are •Touch & button drivengone. In some countries, web •Small screensusage on smartphones has •CPU & GPUsurpassed that on desktop PCs. •Challenges with power consumptionUsers on smartphones expect •Single windowto be able to perform smalltasks quickly, and applicationsoften have to be aware of eachother (camera, social media).
  • 8. Case Study EvernoteThe desktop version of The iPad version has Evernote on mobileEvernote is feature- fewer features than phones is aimedrich. the desktop version. towards basic use.Users are expected to Users are expected to Panes have theircreate, edit & organise create and edit notes, own view withnotes and notebooks but not organise. simple functionality glamourgeek.com
  • 9. Case Study Evernote on PC glamourgeek.com
  • 10. Case Study Evernote on Tablet glamourgeek.com
  • 11. Case Study Evernote on Mobile glamourgeek.com
  • 12. Be Prepared!Intended use of the product… …seldom equals actual usePrepare for usage beyond what you expect•Ease of use•Boundary Testing•Disaster Recovery
  • 13. Exploit the hardware in devices for the best user experienceMAKE IT LOOK GOOD glamourgeek.com
  • 14. Typical Device Under The Hood glamourgeek.com
  • 15. Hardware Has Changed glamourgeek.com
  • 16. Take Advantage of Evolution glamourgeek.com
  • 17. Taking Advantage Of The GPU glamourgeek.com
  • 18. Learn About Graphics Acceleration glamourgeek.com m www.kh er center.co ronos.o lidevelop rgwww.ma
  • 19. Weighing investment of resources and schedule against returnRISK VS. REWARD glamourgeek.com
  • 20. Native or HTML5 glamourgeek.com
  • 21. Case Study gDoc Binder Desktop glamourgeek.com
  • 22. Case Study gDoc Binder Desktop glamourgeek.com
  • 23. Case Study gDoc Binder Desktop glamourgeek.com
  • 24. Case Study gDoc Binder HTML5 glamourgeek.com
  • 25. Case Study gDoc Binder HTML5 glamourgeek.com
  • 26. Case Study Taking Binder Mobile Lessons Learned glamourgeek.com
  • 27. Case Study Infrastructure glamourgeek.com
  • 28. Finally Conclusion glamourgeek.com
  • 29. Questions? MoreInformation?Elan Lennardelan@glamourgeek.com

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