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A 45 minute presentation I did for Refresh Bellingham on Mobile User Experience.

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    Mobile UX Mobile UX Presentation Transcript

    • Mobile User ExperienceNick FinckAugust 18, 2010 Refresh Bellingham
    • ?Who the f#@kis this dude?
    • Nick Finck Blue Flavor ‣ Principal & Director of User Experience ‣ Over 15 years of experience working in the web field ‣ Has worked with Adobe, Boeing, CBS, Cisco, CitiGroup, Comcast, Fandango, FDIC, HP, IBM, and Microsoft ‣ Co-organized and curated more than 10 national and international web conferences & events‣ BlueFlavor.com ‣ Judged the Webby’s and several other web awards‣ NickFinck.com ‣ Founder of Digital Web Magazine‣ Google “Nick” ‣ Expertise in information architecture, interaction design, and user research
    • Outline‣ Some bullshit about me‣ Re-thinking computing‣ Some technical examples‣ A deep dive into mobile‣ Really cool shit
    • The way we thinkabout computing
    • A mobile phone is now used more for data than actual phone callsNew York TimesJenna Worthham May 13, 2010
    • Photo by Rion Nakayahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/rion/47437262/
    • The iPad reached more than one million units sold in half the time it took the iPhoneYahoo NewsBen Patterson May 3, 2010
    • We need to change the way we think about the Web
    • The User Experience of Mobile
    • The is no One Web
    • There are many contexts
    • Mobile should not be first
    • Lets Get Technical!
    • Fitts’s Law
    • “ In ergonomics, Fittss law is a model of human movement which predicts the time required to rapidly move to a target area, as a function of the distance to the target and the size of the target.”Description of Fitts’s LawWikipedia
    • Not so goodWay better
    • Optimized Markup
    • digital-web.comScreen based CSS & Print based CSS
    • Developing for the Mobile Context• XHTML ✓ Well formed ✓ Semantically correct ✓ Highly optimized• CSS ✓ Handheld media type (sometimes even screen media type) ✓ Highly optimized
    • http://nytimes.com http://app.getleaflets.com/nyt/NYTimes.com NY Times on LeafletMinimum 30 Seconds to lo load 796kb Maximum of 7 seconds to lo load 30kbplus requests to multiple servers
    • Highly optimized header markupNon-optimized header markup
    • Optimized UI
    • Highly optimized UINon-optimized UI
    • A Deep Dive into Mobile Web
    • Content
    • Readability & Page Width
    • The problem
    • UnreadableMust zoom
    • UnreadableAgain
    • Text does not fit within screen
    • Possible solutions
    • Readablewithoutzooming Fits perfectly within screen
    • Readable without zoomingText fits on screen
    • Interaction
    • Navigation
    • The problem
    • Navigation
    • Hotspots visible & clickable only after zoomed 10x
    • Content issomewhere waythe fuck up here
    • Navigationcould havelargerhotspots
    • Microscopichotspots
    • Barelynavigable
    • Possible solutions
    • Navigationalong sidethe content
    • Nice bigand juicyhotspots
    • Super size hotspots
    • Visuallycalled outnavigation
    • Use largerheadings &visual hints
    • Pagination
    • The problem
    • The world’ssmallestpagination
    • A possible solution
    • Excellentpaginationsolution
    • Search
    • The problem
    • A possible solution
    • A perfectcase forsearch ahead
    • Buttons
    • The problem
    • Very typicalweb button
    • Possible solutions
    • Big ass buttons!
    • Designedwith thespecific 555-5555context inmind
    • Calls to Action
    • The problem
    • Calls toaction arelost in page
    • A possible solution
    • Make callsto actionvery obvious
    • ?What is Next?
    • LegoAugmented Reality Kiosk
    • ToyotaAugmented Reality Advertisement
    • ARhrrrrAugmented Reality Game
    • InsqribeLocation Based Augmented Reality
    • Nintendo WiiMotion based gaming
    • Microsoft SurfaceSurface-based computing
    • Microsoft’s Project NatalController-less Interface
    • Minority Report20th Century Fox
    • Oblongs g-speakSpatial Operating Environment
    • Sixth SenseWearable Gestural Interface
    • We have just barely begun to understandthe potential of Mobile
    • Thank you!
    • ?Questions
    • Mobile User ExperienceNick Fincknick@blueflavor.comBlue Flavor - http://blueflavor.comPersonal - http://nickfinck.com Refresh Bellingham