Do you remember the movie “Rise of the Planet of Apes?” Actually, you do not have to because this is about the “rise of the planet of apps” and not apes as in the movie. Did you mumble something about that being a terrible pun? I get it, I am not so good at puns, and we are not here to talk about puns. We are going to try and put on a serious face like that of Sandor Clegane (the hound) in Game of Thrones and focus on UX design cyber application security.
Top podcasts you should listen to for UX designers: Your definitive guide
Podcasts are much more accessible than reading blogs because you can listen to them anytime and anywhere on the go. However, it can be challenging to curate the absolute essentials. Therefore, we present this article which will cover our top 8 favorite podcasts on UX.
How to create successful wireframes
Mastering the wireframing technique takes time. Below, you will find some steps to create a successful wireframe for your product.
Fun for your thumbs: How do you design essential mobile game UX?
How can you make your mobile game design an essential experience for your user? What can game designers learn from UX? Guest contributor Luke Smith provides insights on mobile game UX design.
Gamification in mobile app UX: TryMyUI’s favorites
From leveling up your money-saving to maintaining your language-learning streak, the TryMyUI team talks about their favorite gamified apps.
Android & iOS mobile app testing secrets and workarounds
Tips for testing Android APKs and iOS app prototypes. Get feedback on your mobile app designs at different stages of development.
H&M vs Forever 21: UX Wars
E-commerce is a highly competitive space, and mobile online shopping puts even more pressure on retailers. We tested these two fashion brands’ mobile websites to see which one provides a better mobile user experience.
Mobile user testing takes a step forward
Moving on to new mobile user testing solutions that are flexible, low-impact, and don’t rely on any external hardware. The next generation of mobile testing is lightweight and self-contained.
See an example video in the article.
Serving special education needs with mobile UX
The story of designing an app to help dyslexic students in the classroom, and to help teachers recognize the signs of the condition and respond appropriately to help students.
The UX of Pokemon Go
Go for a walk in almost any public place, and you’re bound to notice them: striding with purposeful gait, phones drawn and held at the ready. They are Pokemon trainers, and they are all engaging in the biggest new mobile gaming phenomenon, Pokemon Go.