This study evaluated the hypothesis that design aspects of the user interface of the applications and the capabilities and constraints of different mobile devices could affect mobile user experience in social network sites (SNS).
There’s a growing interest towards mobile commerce in recent years. This pilot study, which is the first step of an extensive long-term research, investigated mobile usability in mobile “private shopping” applications.
The demand for point-of-sale (PoS) applications, from public service kiosk to personal mobile devices, has drastically increased since the last decade. PoS applications are a demanding environment that requires the interface to be responsive, accurate and easy to use for anyone. Menus and navigation in applications have traditionally been on the left, but many application developers choose to put them on the right so that the content can have focus on the left.
Mobile devices allow users to remain connected with each other anytime and anywhere, but flaws and limitations in the design of mobile interfaces have often constituted frustrating obstacles to usability