Mobile Design Back in 2003 when i first began working in the mobile design industry; mobile technology, design, business and marketing was a very unknown territory. There were so many trials and errors, many mistakes. But what we all knew was that ‘mobile’ was going to be the most forefront evolution that would forever change the way humans and computers interact.
Mobile Design, Mobile App Design Patterns, Mobile App Design Mobile Design A lot of us mobile pioneers knew that there was going to be a huge change. The technology was available, but the minds were still fresh yet stimulated out of curiosity of what was going to become for mobile.
Fast-forward to the present, the mobile device out-numbers desktop devices. Humans evolved into a mobile office. Communication expanded in speed 3-fold (for the good and bad). The mobile market and industry exploded. Human interaction is now connected by a mobile device. Billions of apps are now at the touch from our finger either physically or requesting it vocally (Siri, Cortana, Hello Google).
Now that mobile is in every hand on the planet and just about saturated, there was something still missing. Design! Well, design has always existed and I have been fortunate to be part of this mobile design industry and everyone and every company is trying to categorize every UI/UX, but there isn’t enough emphasis on mobile design. Google has its ‘Material Design’ and Apple has its own design guidelines, but it isn’t enough. There are so many user interactions being created after every release of apps, devices and technology…we cannot always contain mobile design in boxes or excel sheets. It will continue to evolve.
Designs: None of these designs are of my own (unless specified). I have several designers, engineers and content creators who are physically taking screenshots (and are still doing) as new apps are released/updated. If you are an owner of any particular app and do not wish to have your designs shown on this website, please contact me and I will remove it. But let it be known, I will note the removal of the app. www.MobileDesign.com is here for free, for your use, for your knowledge and for your profit to help inform you and the community and improve your profit and increase downloads to your app.