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Mobile User Experience: Patterns to Make Sense of It All

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This is your must-have resource to the theoretical and practical concepts of mobile UX. You'll learn about the concepts and how to apply them in real-world scenarios. Throughout the book, the author provides you with 10 of the most commonly used archetypes in the UX arena to help illustrate what mobile UX is and how you can master it as quickly as possible. First, you'll start off learning how to communicate mobile UX flows visually. From there, you'll learn about applying and using 10 unique user experience patterns or archetypes for mobile. Finally, you'll understand how to prototype and use these patterns to create websites and apps.

Whether you're a UX professional looking to master mobility or a designer looking to incorporate the best UX practices into your website, after reading this book, you'll be better equipped to maneuver this emerging specialty.

248 pages, Paperback

First published January 1, 2013

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Adrian Mendoza

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260 reviews133 followers
June 8, 2014
This a very good book who starts with a theoretical view about the difference of the mobile UX experience versus a desktop. It then goes to talk about mobile wireframing and mobile UX patterns. It ends with chapters on mobile native apps versus web apps.
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33 reviews3 followers
November 19, 2019
Decent basic overview with clear graphics for anyone just starting on mobile ux. A bit dated though (I read the 2014 version).
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55 reviews1 follower
October 14, 2020
Very simple books and some mixing between UI and UX, chapter 6 (UX patterns for mobile) should be UI patterns. It's suitable for beginner
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37 reviews2 followers
December 3, 2013
"Mobile User Experience" read like someone summarizing general internet searches on the topic (without many references), instead of bringing anything new to the table. This book was not ready for prime time.
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March 12, 2018
Nice book for a beginner of android application development
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