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  1. rich kaplanovitch
    7th January 2016 @ 7:28 pm

    Thanks for the great overview. I totally endorse your advice: test, test, test. But given the rapidly expanding universe of mobile devices, testing can be difficult. I recommend the online mobile testing lab Mobilizer for easy, fast and accurate visual inspection.

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  2. Kathyn
    3rd February 2016 @ 1:05 pm

    seperating things into bite sized pieces. that’s the way!

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  3. Yellow Slice
    11th June 2016 @ 9:08 pm

    Great Content. Usability testing shouldnt be ignored. People should focus on testing.

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  4. Emily
    31st August 2016 @ 1:32 pm

    Hey Neil,

    Great post! You gave a great detailed list of the top mobile UX design principles. You really hit some of the major ones. I really enjoyed your point about not just porting everything from desktop to mobile. That is a sure way to have UI/UX problems! I also think your point about continually testing the app is maybe the most important point on the list.

    Not only is important for PMs to collect quantitative data, but also qualitative data. Qualitative analytics can help ensure your users are having a satisfactory experience.It adds an additional visual layer to your data and allows you to watch user session recordings and view touch heatmaps. You can see how users are interacting with your app. A tool that can help with this is Appsee.

    Would love to hear your thoughts.

    Cheers!
    Emily

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