The troubles with mobile UX – What to consider when designing for mobile

Mobile use is on the rising. In the United States, people spend an average of 151 minutes on a smartphone and 43 minutes on a tablet. The average British person spends 111 minutes on a smartphone and 55 minutes on a tablet, of which 2.5 hours every week are spend “online while on the move” – … Continue reading The troubles with mobile UX – What to consider when designing for mobile

An expert view of ethnographic research in design

Ethnographic research: we all have heard about it. This approach was taken over from anthropology where a researcher would completely immerse him or herself in the community/group/society he/she wants to study. In UX we practice a lighter form of ethnographic research but the basics are the same: get to know your subject of interest by getting … Continue reading An expert view of ethnographic research in design

Health in your hands

As societies get increasingly accustomed to new technologies, innovators in healthcare and the creative industry are challenged in unlocking technologies for a certain group of people. Marlies Drives (surgeon, AMC) thinks that both doctors and patients can greatly benefit from apps and other mobile technologies. She herself is experimenting in the operating room with Google Glass. … Continue reading Health in your hands