The Book: Designing Mobile Interfaces

Designing Mobile Interfaces: Patterns for Interaction Design is the comprehensive reference for all your mobile design work. Whether you design or develop for smartphones, tablets, or other touchscreen devices, 76 universal interaction and interface patterns are grouped into four categories for easy cross-referencing.

You can read it right here for free, eventually. It's not all imported, so for now check this old terrible wiki.

I've also contributed to, edited, or otherwise worked on a few other books.

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Latest Column: Designing Mobile Tables

8 July 2020

Tables have an undeserved reputation for being evil and wrong in the digital environment. The semantic web (and CSS) didn’t just wipe out table based layouts, but made tables pariahs generally. We don’t build them when needed, and we don’t discuss how to make tables that work.

For mobile, it’s worse! Responsive tables are contemptuous of the need of users to view tabular data. Let’s talk about how to make good tables on mobile apps and websites, when you need to display that sort of information.

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