This wiki aims to be the authoritative resource for all things related to the art and science of mobile user interface design.
Designing mobile user interfaces grows ever more interesting. Device and network capabilities are improving, platforms are giving us more features to help the user, privacy and security are becoming more important, and device proliferation is both increasing and decreasing.
The following topics may be helpful to get you started in mobile design.
The Mobile Challenge – Designing for mobile is more complex than designing for desktops. Device proliferation abounds.
Design Patterns – an introduction to what design patterns are.
Class-Based Design – Devices and device classes can be chosen strategically, based on market and user needs.
Device Hierarchy – mobile patterns rely on both device user interface style and platform.
Mobile Design Principles – ways to think about mobile design.
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