I love swiping around on my Android phone; the chance to swipe around on my keyboard to write an email or text makes me surprisingly glad. What are some good games (and other apps?) that make the act of swiping and dragging a pleasure? Some examples: Alcazar and LYNE have been great games for me because they supported smooth, convoluted drags, and Threes has been too because of its smooth swipes. In contrast, the clunkyness of the dragging in Trainyard has been a turn-off. While a good challenge is important, fluidity is key.
I've been given the task of optimizing my company's mobile browser site UI and I want it to be the COOLEST and the RADDEST. Any good resources out there to fuel my research on mobile UI/UX? [more inside]
What is the minimum level of skill or ability to be a programmer/UX designer? [more inside]
PC or Mac for would be web/multimedia designer? [more inside]
I'm looking for user interface (UI) and user experience articles, tutorials, and resources specifically targetted at tablet applications. [more inside]
Looking for (well-known) examples of non-obvious discoveries made by user experience studies. [more inside]
What cool iPad apps should I buy for my brother? [more inside]
What does a web designer / web UX designer workflow look like in 2010? [more inside]