We are currently working on an iPad app for pilots that will require different viewing modes for day and night. We are aware of the built-in feature that iPads have, but are curious about common practices and conventions that may exist in regards to this sort of design. Does anyone have any idea where we should be looking for information on this?
I am from South Korea and studying new media advertising in the U.S. I am really confused about the UX career responsibilities. There are so many titles such as planning, UX, research, usability and human factors. Is there a difference between planning and UX and research and usability and human factors – or is it all the same job?
I'm hoping you can help me. I've been allocated the role within my organisation to look at how we can improve the usability of our systems. I'm not from a UX background at all so this is proving quire difficult. One positive to have come out of it is that I've realised this is the kind of area I'd like to work in. I'm a fairly junior grade within my organisation so I do have only limited influence.
NYCUXPA Presents: World Usability Day 2012: The Usability of Financial Systems ~ Sponsored By Bloomberg, Thurs 11/8/12
App Design, design, Interaction Design, usability, user experience, ux, web design, financial services
8 Nov 2012
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Bloomberg L.P., Room 7 MPR, 731 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022
If you hover over the news stories, you'll see that the whole extract of each story (title, image and description) is clickable and links through to the full story. This is nice as it give a large click target, but it also leads to unexpected behavior in that the paragraph text is a link even though it doesn't look like one.
Markup like this is relatively new since, before HTML5, block level elements like paragraphs were not allowed inside link tags.