Topic: user experience

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Bitutorial

How a user interacts with an app or their smartphone is critical in today’s multi-touch technology world. While there are plenty of new technologies being introduced every day, smartphone users still have the same common gestures: tapping, swiping and zooming. This week’s GitHub project aims to “jazz up” these usual interactions and gives more customization … continue reading

Free offline location library for Android, new software platform from HPE, and Trooly launches new technology for businesses—SD Times news digest: June 20, 2016

Android developers now have another way to create a faster and more efficient user experience for mobile apps. Unwired Labs, a provider of location technologies, announced the release of its Offline Location Library today, which allows developers to create an experience by retrieving location context in milliseconds even when GPS and Internet connectivity isn’t available. … continue reading

Apteligent to focus on providing intelligent metrics for mobile apps

Businesses today depend on mobile apps so they can stay in touch with their customers and maintain a strong brand. However, maintaining a mobile app for a business is just one part of the process. After searching for insight that is available to businesses for its own use and not finding any, Apteligent has created … continue reading

Security contributions to Apache Milagro, RAD Server, and multi-window design for Android—SD Times news digest: May 12, 2016

A new Apache Software Foundation project called Milagro is currently incubating, and as of this week, it has received contributions from MIRACL, NTT Innovation Institute and NTT Labs. The organizations contributed authentication code to Milagro as a way to establish a new Internet security framework made of cryptographic service providers called Distributed Trust Authorities. The … continue reading

Effective APM requires more data

Application performance isn’t just about speed anymore; it’s about enabling high-quality user experiences that deliver tangible business value. Achieving that goal requires fast, easy access to more types of data than traditional APM solutions have provided. “You have to understand each and every transaction from the start of an action on the user interface all … continue reading

Guest View: Behind the UI: The complexity of mobile apps

The way that large enterprises extend existing functionality into mobile apps must change the way they think about and manage the development process. Consider for a minute Yelp’s mobile app and the one your bank has offered you. On the surface, both apps seem to obsess over ease of use and having visually appealing interfaces. … continue reading

Abode’s Project Comet, Apple shuts down Topsy, and Microsoft and Tobii on Windows Hello—SD Times news digest: Dec. 16, 2015

Adobe has provided an update on where the company is and what’s to come with Project Comet, its new solution for UX designers and developers. Project Comet is designed as an end-to-end solution for creating and prototyping websites and mobile apps. The company expects to release a public beta of the solution early next year, … continue reading

Adobe previews Project Comet, Google addresses Stagefright, and Red Hat joins the Node.js Foundation—SD Times news digest: Oct. 6, 2015

Adobe is working on a new solution for UX designers and developers. The company is previewing Project Comet, an end-to-end solution for creating and prototyping websites and mobile apps. It will provide intuitive layout tools, performance for wireframing and interface design, the ability to create interactive prototypes, real-time preview on devices, and the ability to … continue reading

Guest View: Six crucial design considerations for the next-generation mobile platform architecture

We live in an era that is largely dominated by mobile-based applications. This rapid growth of apps on mobile platforms can be largely attributed to the presence of several mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, phablets and wearables on the market. Each of these devices has distinct hardware and software configurations, which leads to the … continue reading

Dynatrace’s New Architecture Raises the Bar for Gap-Free Data Capture With Low Overhead, Delivering Unprecedented User Behavior and Application Insights

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 7, 2014–Dynatrace PERFORM Global User Conference–Dynatrace, (formerly Compuware APM) the leader in user-centric application performance management (APM), today announced the release of Dynatrace Application Monitoring 6 and Dynatrace User Experience Management 6. As today’s user interactions increasingly happen over mobile and digital channels, businesses need to understand their users’ behavior and perception, … continue reading

Analyst Watch: The 12 characteristics of modern application development

We are witnessing a transformation in application development tools and techniques that is changing how enterprise software is being constructed and deployed. This transformation is the broadening of mobile application development approaches initially instigated by the mobile revolution (yes, the iPhone changed everything) to embrace initiatives for back-end Internet of Things architectures and even employee … continue reading

Elements of the WOW! factor in software

UX designers can use Jesse James Garrett’s Elements of User Experience chart to make apps exciting … continue reading

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