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mobile usability: how nokia changed the face of the mobile phone
Mobile Usability: How Nokia Changed the Face of the Mobile Phone
by Christian Lindholm, Turkka Keinonen and Harri Kiljander (eds) ISBN:0071385142
McGraw-Hill 2003 (304 pages)

Use this guide to understand Nokia's user interfaces and the philosophy behind them--from mobile distinctions to usability engineering in the mobile environment.

Table of Contents
Mobile Usability—How Nokia Changed the Face of the Mobile Phone
Preface
Introduction—Mobile Distinctions
Part 1 - Dominant Design in Mobile User Interfaces
Chapter 1 - User Interface Styles
Chapter 2 - Takeout Menu—The Elements of a Nokia Mobile User Interface
Chapter 3 - The Navi-key Story
Part 2 - Living with Mobiles
Chapter 4 - Indian Needs—Cultural End-User Research in Mombai
Chapter 5 - Usability Meets Sociology for Richer Consumer Studies
Part 3 - Design and Research Intertwined
Chapter 6 - Managing the Design of User Interfaces
Chapter 7 - The One-Row Keyboard—A Case Study in Mobile Text Input
Chapter 8 - Series 60 Voice Mailbox in Rome—A Case Study of a Paper Prototyping Tour
Chapter 9 - 1⁄4 Samara—Hardware Prototyping a Driving Simulator
Chapter 10 - Dawn on the Wireless Multimedia Highway
Chapter 11 - Just-In-Time Usability Engineering
Part 4 - Mobile Contradictions
Chapter 12 - The Expressive Interface
Chapter 13 - Six Mobile Messages
Telecommunication Glossary
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Sidebars





Mobile Usability(c) How Nokia Changed the Face of the Mobile Phone
Mobile Usability: How Nokia Changed the Face of the Mobile Phone
ISBN: 0071385142
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 142
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