Is the field of creating architecture and interaction models that impact use of space, objects, and media.
The skill of UX design can be translated into architecture (space), industrial (objects), and graphic design (media).
In short, UX is understanding what people do and how we can make it better.
How can you describe UX? Clients always ask me to describe what I do. (please feel free to use this analogy) Client: “I want to build a better mousetrap” I tell them: Adrian: “What cheese to use” And if they are lucky… Adrian: “What type of mice will go there” Adrian: “What kind of mouse trap to build” Adrian: “What color to paint the mouse trap” Getting the mice to go there, that’s up to your client!
Keep the mobile web site, clean, simple, and direct.
Understanding your site’s performance and how to optimize it is key to sound mUX.
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“Do one thing, and do it well” Dom Sagolla onbuilding Mobile Web apps. Use our Twitter hash tag #mUX to discuss mobile UX topics
Who is Adrian? Adrian's career is highlighted by over 10 years of design and user experience in the handheld, pharmaceutical, financial, and education sectors. His first studio, Synthesis3, worked with several Palm OS software companies in creating their brand for both a web and retail presence. In the financial and education sector, customers included Sovereign Bank, Houghton Mifflin, MIT and Harvard. Adrian has consulted in UX and Information Architect lead roles for Fidelity's E-business design group, Thomson Financial, and T.Rowe Price. Adrian earned his Bachelors from the University of Southern California and his Masters from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Currently, he is the UX principal at Mendoza Design a Brookline, MA based UX consultancy, and the mobile UX principal at Marlin Mobile, a user experience, performance, and optimization company. Additionally, he is a senior lecturer at the School of Art and Design at Suffolk University in Boston, MA. Questions? Contact: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Adrian on Twitter @marlinUX Or read his mobile UX blog at http://www.marlinmobile.com/blog/