Learn proven design patterns to improve the usability of your mobile and handheld applications.
What You will Learn
The world is going mobile! The mobile user experience has evolved into a highly visual rather than audible experience. Learn new techniques to create a seamless user interface between classic phone interactions and the new visual interactions made possible on the latest mobile phone and PDA platforms. This class will explore new task interaction models and evaluate the latest findings with AUI’s (Attention User Interfaces). The Webinar will also cover how to successfully deploy existing business applications on a mobile platform.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Learn design best practices for handheld devices
- Leverage the different mobile device platforms
- Learn how to create efficient UI designs to keep mobile users productive
- Create usable forms when designing Handheld Mobile Applications
Attendees will be provided with access to a complete set of slides for review following the Webinar presentation.
Benefits to Your Company
- Reduce risk by creating usable mobile applications
- Learn techniques for leveraging handheld technologies
- Discover best practices for Mobile UI layout and design
Who Should Attend
- Project Managers who are responsible for establishing or managing software projects
- Project Leaders who need to use a proven process to build effective mobile applications
- UI Designers who need to know how and when to to ensure usable designs
- Developers who are responsible for implementing handheld applications
- Business Analysts who need to translate business requirements into successful software designs
- End Users who need to understand effective mobile UI design techniques.
This class is designed for corporate and commercial developers and analysts that are, or plan to be, involved in software development projects using handheld technology. Anyone concerned with developing highly successful software, including individuals that will gather user requirements or end-users themselves will also benefit from attending. Attendees should have a basic understanding of requirements gathering and software design techniques.