Developing interfaces for mobile devices has become big business as companies have begun to realize that the number of mobile devices in the world easily eclipses the units of traditional desktop computers. In the mobile-phone space, in particular, you can pick up books written by the likes of the Nokia User Experience team (Mobile Usability: How Nokia Changed the Face of the Mobile Phone). However, with the landscape of mobile user experiences changing so quickly and the technology advancing at such a rapid pace, no single reference can encompass all the relevant information for designing mobile UIs. In come…
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