a mobile application development company with offices in San Francisco, is
looking to hire a Mobile User Experience Lead to manage mobile application projects. This position is part time and begins this June.
I'm looking for examples of mobile applications, preferably for iOS and Android operating systems, for use in industrial settings, as opposed to consumer applications. I'm especially interested in tablet applications, but would love to see smartphone examples as well. Apps used for realtime geographical tracking, data logging, workflow, job tasking, and inventory tracking are the types of things I'm interested in. Tools for military, law enforcement, and emergency services would also help.
General usability guidelines states users expect a search feature to contain besides the search field, a button labeled "search". Looking at recent designs of search, the button is disappearing. These lack the search button.
All Apple search, i.e. apple.com, Spotlight and iOS. They have a clear button. On iOS, the keyboard provides a search button.
Google Chrome. The address bar functions as a search and is activated by pressing Enter.
I'm designing my first application for ipad and if anyone has got any interesting articles on 'designing for ipad' kindly share it with me here. I would also be very happy if you would share what kind of tools (for both Windows & Mac) you use for preparing wireframes and mockups, specially when you are designing for iPhone or iPad.
I'm an avid iPhone user myself and I really love and appreciate the overall experience and the device itself.
But, being so successful, I feel that iPhone surprisingly has numerous undiscoverable UI features. Many of these, unless accidentally discovered, will never be known to a user. Also, many of them are not even listed under iPhone Tips & Tricks also! (I bet more than 90% of iPhone users wouldn't care to read the iPhone User Guides).