Mobile user experience has risen to a level of importance on par with the desktop. Unlike desktop experiences, mobile user experience can also be finicky. It demands high performance and there's more room for error. Good touch interaction patterns are still emerging and only recently being adopted by users. To understand the complexities of these systems, content and service providers require UX designers to document the creation process in way that is readable and useful.
Learn from our instructor, Luke, who got his start out of an English undergrad program managing data in the publishing industry and who soon pursued a masters in Information Science with the ambition to look beyond the 'Whys' of what we know about what we know into the 'Hows.' Currently he is designing native mobile experiences for Yahoo! in NYC. In his spare time he teaches what makes interacting with computers a pleasurable experience and works on his own projects.
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