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Android Design Patterns: Interaction Design Solutions for Developers

Author : Greg Nudelman
Price INR : ₹.599.00
ISBN 13 : 9788126541737
ISBN 10 : 8126541733
Pages : 452
Type : Paperbound

Android Design Patterns: Interaction Design Solutions for Developers


Android Design Patterns provides a collection of patterns (and anti-patterns) that Android developers can use to design beautiful and effective user interfaces for a variety of Android devices, including smartphones and tablets. These include some of the most common and yet difficult types of user interactions.

Part I: UX Principles and Android OS Considerations

• Chapter 1: Design for Android: A Case Study

• Chapter 2: What makes Android Different

• Chapter 3: Android Fragmentation

• Chapter 4: Mobile Design Process

Part II: Android Design Patterns and Antipatterns

• Chapter 5: Welcome Experience

• Chapter 6: Home Screen

• Chapter 7: Search

• Chapter 8: Sorting and Filtering

• Chapter 9: Avoiding Missing and Undesirable Results

• Chapter 10: Data Entry

• Chapter 11: Forms

• Chapter 12: Mobile Banking

• Chapter 13: Navigation

• Chapter 14: Tablet Patterns


Android is the fastest growing mobile platform today; with the upcoming Android 4 release, for the first time, Google offers a single operating system that supports development of applications for both phones and tablets. Android Design Patterns provides more than 75 patterns that readers can readily apply to design beautiful and effective user interfaces to their Android apps.

Greg Nudelman is a user experience (UX) designer and researcher; he founded his own UX design and research firm, Design Caffeine, Inc. He has over 11 years of experience working for companies ranging from prominent industry giants like WebEx/Cisco, eBay, PayPal, Genentech, Amgen and Capital One to small Internet startups. Greg has written numerous articles for Java World, ASP.NETPro, Boxes and Arrows and UXmatters and is a popular speaker at design conferences like the IA Summit and Net Squared.