Steven Hoober has been designing interactive systems for over fifteen years, in a variety of industries, and for all types of users. He has been involved in mobile design -- and documenting the process, principles and patterns -- for the past decade, working with everyone from startups to large operators.
Eric Berkman is an Interaction Designer and Experience Architect at Digital Eskimo, a leading user-centered design agency whose projects involve inspiring change. Eric's design career has included developing mobile UI experiences for global telecommunications companies, branding and packaging design for Coca-Cola, Miller Brewing Company and Bristol-Meyers Squibb, and interactive museum exhibitions. His expertise and interests focus on a user-centric, participatory design approach to create meaningful individual, social, and cultural interactions. He has both a bachelor's degree in Industrial Design and a Masters in Interaction Design from the University of Kansas. He currently resides in Sydney, Australia.
The goal is valuable: speak about how to design mobile interfaces well. The execution is poor, to say the least. Read morePublished 14 months ago by VA
Yes, useful and straightforward. A great reference book for experienced and newcomers to the world of the mobile experience. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Corey Deahl
Im sure there is value in slogging through the tall-reeded marshland of this book, but the promise of that value is all that is getting me through it.Published 19 months ago by Thomas Richardson