Editor’s note: The need of smartphone users based on whether they are: performance seekers, cost cutters, curious novices, control seekers, VIPs or Devicers.
This short deck shares data on on the growth of mobile. [H/T Edudemic]. 2013 05…
Editor’s note: In a study looking at over a thousand people using mobile devices in the street, Steven Hoober found that about 75% of people’s interactions with a smartphone were managed with a single thumb. Do you design for that kind of interaction?
Editor’s note: If you are working on learning apps then read this – it’s based on experience of developing apps. Thanks to @epictalk for sharing.
Editor’s note: useful slidedeck on mobile device take-up and the impact on how we learn.
If you are looking at deploying apps or sticking to a mobile friendly approach then…
Editor’s note: The phones all look the same, so where is the innovation in mobile? This analysis of the recent Mobile World Congress provides insight into where mobile innovation is now focused.
Editor’s note: Some insights into mobile and learning from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Editor’s note: An obvious and critical question in order to design the best user experiences for learning content delivered to mobile devices.
Reporting from this week’s Mobile World Congress, the FT’s Daniel Thomas looks at our hyper-connected…
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Editor’s note: More data points from us today . . . a good set of research and stats to set the scene for current mobile learning use and future trends.
Editor’s note: Here are 15 data points to help answer some common questions about mobile usage and behavior.
Editor’s note: Author Euan Semple looks at mobile communication and why companies need to pay attention – and adapt – to this ever-growing phenomenon.
Editor’s note: Good Practice surveyed visitors to the Learning Technologies 2013 exhibition on a range of hot topics. This survey on mobile was interesting for the fact mobile was a huge buzz both in the exhibition and conference. Is there still such a large gap (disconnect?) between what organisations are doing and what the general population and vendors are doing?