GUI Design for Android Apps (Ryan Cohen, et al)

 
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GUI Design for Android Apps (Ryan Cohen, et al)

The ideal and succinct introduction for designers and developers of mobile apps is found in GUI Design for Android Apps.

The book demonstrates the essential guidelines for user-interface design for Android apps running on the Intel platform, including smartphones, tablets, and embedded devices, through simple lessons, code examples, and case studies.

This book, which is an excerpt from Android Application Development for the Intel® Platform, was created in collaboration by China Shanghai JiaoTong University and Intel Software College for self-directed learning.

The book can be used for training programs and Codeacademy-style programs, but it is primarily for app developers, software engineers, and aficionados of open-source programming.

  • Key aspects of why UI and UX design for embedded systems is different than for desktops
  • Troubleshooting UI design issues
  • Understanding how key concepts such as state transition, context class, and intent work
  • How to use the interface app design tools provided by Android
  • Planning for complex apps (apps with multiple activities)
  • Optimizing app design for touch screen input

Ebook Details

About the Authors
Ryan Cohen, an Android aficionado and Portland State alumnus, is the contributing editor in charge of overseeing the global group of content creators who contributed to this Intel learning resource. Since switching from Apple iOS in 2011, Ryan has been using Android. When he's not writing about Android, he spends his time investigating every new development in the field.
Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
2014 edition (August 17, 2014)
License(s)
CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Hardcover
156 pages
eBook Format
PDF (5.4 MB) and ePub (2.5 MB)
ISBN-10
1484203836
ISBN-13
978-1484203835 (Print) 978-1484203828 (Online)

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