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  • Mar 18, 2010
A quick review of Josh Clark's #tapworthy presentation on Headline: Don't Make Me (er... My Thumbs) Think
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review by . March 18, 2010
posted in SXSW on Lunch
As my headline suggests, Josh Clark brought the fundamental concepts of Steve Krug to bear on the mobile space. Not only did he show how to make intuitive interfaces for the mind, but given the mobile medium, how to make them fluid and unobtrusive for the fingers.      It was an inspiring talk. Definitely, one of my favorite from SXSW, and I feel sorry for all those suckers who went to the Twitter session.      I could outline all his points here, but see …
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Event Description:Tapworthy apps cope with small screens and fleeting user attention to make every pixel count, every tap rewarding. Learn to: Focus your feature set and simplify your interface; use iPhone gestures and controls the Apple way; forge ahead with your own custom views; and craft efficient but personality-packed visuals. Look over the shoulders of the best developers with real-life examples that follow app designs from early sketches to finished product.Ballroom FMonday, March 15 at 02:00 PM
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