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Being on Mobile does mean you’re mobile. (Putting Context into Mobile Use and Design)

Joe Welinske of Blink recently interviewed Luke Wroblewski. Luke discusses the reaction to his book Mobile First. He offers suggestions for UX professionals on how to gain support for a mobile first design strategy. Luke mentions that close to 20% of mobile usage happens when users are sitting in front of the TV and that

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UX and the Mobile Web

The following question was taken from a post on a LinkedIn UX group I belong to. Below is my view with supporting research: ‘Are UX people concerned about how quickly web pages load on smartphones & tablets?’ Putting aside my usual ‘it depends on strategy, scope, budget, etc..’ For the mobile web, load time is

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About UX Acrobat - Marc Niola

Marc is an expert UX professional with a focus on customer-centered design principles, social media, gamification and psychology. He has developed innovative business solutions for global corporations, SME, agencies, clients and brands.

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