*Enrich the lives of the differently-abled,
*Do you think you can create a difference to the world with your ideas? Then
how about enabling 650 million disabled people?**
Forum Nokia USID Design Challenge 2009 gives you an opportunity to design an
aid or a support system using the information and communication technologies
(e.g. Mobile Applications, Devices, Services etc.) for the people with
I was just wondering if anyone knew good examples of date search on
mobile web.Specifically talking about html driven stuff, not iphone
The difficultly with date based searches on mobile, I am realising is
error prevention (in the absence of relying on ajax) and fatigue at
the prospect of interacting with multiple and very long pull menus.
I have a bunch of quick links to commonly used date ranges - ie, this
weekend, but I also need to provide the flexibility to allow users to
choose any singe date in the future or a date range.
Saw a very brief demo of a *reality* browser on TV last week via Brink on the Science Channel (which btw also had an excellent demo by Bill Buxton & the MS Office Labs 2019 vision--posted elsewhere on this forum).
Basically it seems to be mobile browser (served as an app) which in real time mashes-up digital content (information) and physical context---it's called Layar and seems to be live in the Netherlands.
Very, very cool stuff was curious to know if there were any thoughts or if anyone has had first hand experience with something like this.
Does anyone have any experience using, or being involved in a project
that uses, any of the latest-generation mobile development
I am referring to tools such as
* AMP Studio
* Dexterra Studio
* Pyxix AppStudio
* Syclo Agentry system
Or maybe you have used another I haven't listed?
Characteristics of these are
* Rapid development using 4th generation environments
* Visually modelling of the business process and the application
* Cross-platform for Blackberry, Iphone, Symbian, etc.
* Managment of deployment
They share some qualities with tools like Dashcode, OpenKa
Looking for a extremely detail-oriented (nearly OCD) UX designer with
3-5 years experience in mobile user experience requirements
documentation - wireframes, workflows, etc. for a 6 week contract in
NYC. Must be able to collaborate from our offices in Hudson Square
area for a majority of the engagement. This is a fast and intense
schedule and we can only entertain rock star level designers.
I've been seriously thinking a lot about mobile search models and am
looking to crowd source interesting examples to check out.
Also, if there are any articles / papers you would recommend on the
topic, that would be great.
At the moment, it is my view to simplify this as much as possible.
I'm considering in the case that a user has multiple search criteria
that they input one and build on that query rather than complex
Has anyone come across an example of search results which aren't
based on the "base-10" method of displaying results per page?
For example, I've got a situation where a legacy product is
currently displaying 9 results per page and the reasons I've
1) Each result is associated with a number on the keypad (press 1 to
go to 1st result on the page, 2 for the 2nd result, etc.), but the
number 0 is being reserved as a keypad shortcut for another
2) Businesses make up the core of our search and they don't want to
be associated with 0 even though they're displayed