ChaiOne Insights: user experience (3)

Improving the User Experience in Mobile Forms

6 minutes read

With more than 1 million apps in the App Store, mobile app developers definitely have competition. It can be difficult to get users, but a key feature that distinguishes a successful app from an average app is a good user experience. Depending on the app’s function, the user experience will vary. Some apps may just be designed for entertainment while others are used to improve business processes. According to a recent report on enterprise mobility, in terms of investing in mobile, “the main...

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Designing Apps for Multiple Devices

6 minutes read

 

Everything we interact with daily is becoming more and more connected with each other. Our interaction jumps from our phones to our cars, from our cars to our homes, our homes to our tablets, etc. We now expect our experience to be consistently usable and delightful across all our devices.

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A Guide to Mobile KPIs

10 minutes read

If you’re gearing up for the launch of your dream app and all set to make it big, then we wish you good luck. But wait—have you figured out how you would measure your app’s success? An obvious answer would be the number of downloads, right? You must be thinking that a good number of downloads can lead to huge success for your mobile app, and you can make all your dreams come true. Well, then you are all set to make it big this time, but not as a success story—instead as an example of a big...

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7 Myths Ruining the Industrial IoT for Enterprises

3 minutes read

As more and more connected devices begin to leverage their own data in communicating with the people who operate them, the new way of doing business is quickly taking shape. And it's shape is defined by the Industrial Internet of Things.

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Solving the Biggest Challenge of Enterprise IoT: UX

5 minutes read

James Bond is driving a BMW 750i, expertly maneuvering through a difficult parking garage and evading a rocket launcher, a steel wire trap and quite a few barrages of gunfire. He's doing all this from an Ericsson mobile phone track pad— from the backseat of the vehicle, often just relying on the phone's screen for a visual as gunshots fly through the windshield. Despite only receiving one warning of an obstruction, Bond is able to drive the car with a certain ease, never cursing the poor...

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