Touch Screen Design Part 5: Touch Screens of the Future

    By Meredith Barnhill There’s no shortage of innovation when it comes to the future of multi-touch and touchscreen devices — touch screens allow richer interactions between users and their devices.

    Touch Screen Design Part 4: Designing for the Finger Instead of the Mouse

    By Meredith Barnhill Designing websites and applications for touch screen displays can be challenging. Mobile browsers have extremely limited display space and designing for the less-accurate fingertip can result in frustrating errant keystrokes. Keeping the design simple and easy-to-use is the best way to keep your mobile users happy.

    Touch Screen Design Part 3: How Is the User Experience Different on a Touch Screen?

    By Meredith Barnhill The arrival of touch-screen mobile devices has completely changed the way designers have to think about their target market. Users want the same functionality on a screen a fraction of the size of their personal computers. This requires a separate, and touch-screen-optimized, website design.

    Touch Screen Design Part 1: Most Popular Devices

    By Meredith Barnhill Touch-screen devices, particularly mobile phones, have exploded in the technology market in the past few years. The most popular devices are completely touch-based with few physical keys and can use applications and browse the Web.