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CHAPTER 5

Mobile UX Patterns

Designing for Mobility

The Structure of a Design Factor

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Mobile Design Patterns

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Mobile UX Pattern #1: “The Cloud” and Applications as Natural Set Points for Mobile Experiences

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Mobile Pattern #2: Good Mobile Experiences Progressively Reveal their Nature

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Mobile Pattern #3: Content Becomes the Interface

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Mobile Pattern #4: Use Uniquely Mobile Input Mechanisms

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Mobile Pattern #5: Say Good-Bye to Done

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Summary

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When the topic of design patterns emerges in the context of user experience or interaction design, the work of Christopher Alexander invariably gets mentioned. People love him, and rightfully so. While his theories articulated in A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, ...

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