The Next Big UI Idea: Gadgets That Adapt To Your SkillThe Next Big UI Idea: Gadgets That Adapt To Your Skill

More and more interactive products are being returned. In 2002, 48% of all returned products were technically fully functional but were rejected for failing to satisfy user needs (28%) or purely due to users’ remorse (20%). Even though a product may have all the features one can hope for, complexity and bad user experience can…

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Development with Native or HTML5?Development with Native or HTML5?

Web-based UserInterface is more popular nowadays after created Hybrid application frameworks like (PhoneGap, Appcelerator) for Android&IOS. But I am hearing many companies turns back to native development environment (Xcode and Java) on them for better performance. On contrast some embedded UI frameworks like Wx, QT and GTK etc. gives better performance but needs more effort…

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Top Embedded Internet How-To’s (so far)

Here are the ten most popular how-to articles published on Embedded Internet Design so far for 2010. Topics include TCP/IP embedded Internet applications, Java for networked devices, cryptography for embedded systems, IPv4 and IPv6 addressing and much more:   #1: TCP/IP Embedded Internet Applications – The Network Layer • Part 1 looks at the Internet Protocol, including the IP header,…

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Adapting UI designs to multiple embedded/mobile device display needs

In a competitive mobile phone market, handset makers and network operators constantly struggle to find additional competitive edge and differentiating elements to persuade consumers to select their brand instead of a competitor’s. Of course, many factors influence the end customer purchase decision. It can be price, features, brand name, perceived ease-of-use and robustness, marketing exposure,…

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