Synopses & Reviews
The goal of this book is to provide a useful and timely guide to the practitioner designing or developing a mobile application. Most literature written to date focuses on what will soon be obsolete technology, namely Wireless Markup Language (WML) and second generation mobile bandwidth. The first part, authored by UI specialists working for companies on the leading edge of mobile technology, deals with the role of design and development of mobile platform technology and mobile application design. The second part deals with designing enterprise and consumer applications. Heuristics and case studies are also provided to give you applied knowledge derived from the user-centered design processes used. This book will help you get started in the basics of phone, voice, and web-based PDA applications, and provides unique insight to the latest technologies, market trends, and usability data that will help you make relevant design decisions.
Table of Contents
Designing Applications for 3G Mobile Devices.- Designing Voice Applications.- Designing J2ME-midp Applications: MIDP and UI Design.- Designing Multimodal Applications.- Heuristics for Designing Mobile Applications.- A Development Process for Advanced User-Interfaces of Wireless Mobile Devices.