… by Pavel Klimchitsky in another one of the (many) great articles found on Medium recently. Go and give it a read !!!
Great article found on UXmatters early on this morning.
In this long post Steven Hoober faces the argument of the touch interfaces and some of it’s misconceptions in fact, he sais:
Touchscreens have been with us for decades—and they’ve been the mobile input method of choice for many of us for about 5 years. In fact, many junior designers and developers—or at least those who were late to the mobile party—have never owned a mobile phone for which buttons were the primary input method.
But there are still very few designers who seem to know how touchscreens actually work or how people really interact with them. In my work as a UX design consultant, working for many different organizations, I’ve encountered lots of myths and half-truths about designing for touchscreens.
If you’re into mobile, or touch, UX design I think this is a very interesting and enriching reading to do in this (hopefully) lazy sunday, ready to inspire you for tomorrow’s work…
Unfortunately I could not vote anyone near the political stature of Obama earlier today …. sigh