Over the last few months we've sold numerous copies of our book and we wanted to take a step further to provided you with a bigger version that included 5 extra topics and therefore 10 extra apps!
Table of Content
Horizontal design - Any.DO & VSCO
Colours - Fit bit & Hotels.com
User flow - Lyft & Spotify
Onboarding - Scribe & Crazy Blind Date
Lists - Stellar & Sleep Cycles
Navigation - Fancy & Behance
Icons - Thinglist & Coursera
Forms - OKCupid & Everest
Readability - Readability & Real Simple
Graphics - Box & No One Dies
Big data display - Haze & ClearWeather
Search - Facebook & Instagram
Errors - Buffer & Prismatic
Shopping - River Island & Forever21
Gestures - Mailbox & Litely
Notifications - Swarm & Trello
Permissions: Hyperlapse & Little Moments
News: New York Times & Huffington Post
Sign up: Acorns & Resy
Reviews: AirBnB & Foursquare
Checkout: Hotel Tonight & Target
Discover what makes mobile apps successful.
In order to make successful apps, you need to understand what makes them great in the first place. The best to way to learn is to observe what others are doing to figure out what works and what doesn’t.
Mobile Design Book is a quick guide to help you get familiarized with how to design great apps. We took a look at real apps to figure out what wonderful and terrible things they are doing. This way, you learn from real examples of designs that delight and designs that need a little love. It's important to take note of design elements that are done well and done poorly to keep improving!
The good and the bad examples
We have picked two apps per each topic to literally show you a good and a bad example. Some of the topics covered include: navigation, shopping experience, colour use, readability and form.
Mobile Design Book is for:
- Designers wanting to learn about making better mobile apps
- Young designing trying to get a glimpse into the design world
- Developers trying to figure out how design is applied
- Marketers, entrepreneurs, or CEOs who want to learn a bit more about the details of the mobile design world
About the authors
Paula Borowska - A user experience designer based in New York City. I believe we are visual creatures therefore, we should celebrate aesthetics. Additionally, I also blog a lot; you may have seen my posts on my own blog, Being Limited, Designmodo, Web Designer Depot or Web Design Tuts+.
Tomas Laurinavicius - an adventurous designer, blogger and entrepreneur from Lithuania. I am a founder and editor-in-chief of Despreneur, magazine for design entrepreneurs. I am also working on a startup called Refe which is all about selling and buying mobile photos.
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