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Next Generation Mobile Authoring (20 Apr 2006)
Creating a usable interface for this next generation of mobile devices will require the formation of multidisciplinary teams - visual designers, technologists, ethnographers and usability specialists working together in close collaboration. As the feature sets, menu items and functionality of mobile products and services become more complex, the techniques required to create effective end-user experiences will become more disciplined and focused. Iterative design cycles along with contextual inquiry and usability testing are already standard practices for product development, however still not established methods within the visual interface design community. Product and interface disciplines need to mix, and a new working style established in order to meet the rigorous deadlines and pace.
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