“User Interface” Articles

Is there a new multitasking UI coming to Symbian^3? Well check out this image of some QT Quick Apps being showcased on the Nokia E7. If that multitasking UI looks familiar, its because it is very similar to the one on Nokia’s Maemo 5 powered N900. Hit the jump to find out more.

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We’re starting to see more and more of Meego and with the recent sighting of a Meego Based mobile phone, the anticipation for the arrival of a Meego powered Nokia is increasing. This video however demonstrates a gesture based user interface that most probably will be implemented for in-vehicle-infotainment (IVI). I can also see this becoming very useful in places like schools and universities. Hit the jump for the video.

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Check out this awesome video demo of an Aava handset running on the Intel Moorestown chipset and the latest MeeGo handset user experience on board. This video was taken during the MeeGo Conference 2010 in Dublin. The MeeGo Conference replaces the former Maemo Summit. Hit the jump for the goodies.

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During Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, Rightware demonstrated its ‘Mobile App Store’ application running on various mobile devices. Mobile App Store is designed and implemented using the Kanzi user interface solution that enables designers to quickly have their applications running in different target devices. Key advantages of the Kanzi solution is “design-once, deploy everywhere” cross-platform support for the leading mobile operating systems, including Android, Blackberry, Linux, Maemo, Moblin, iPhone OS, Palm Web OS, Symbian and Windows Mobile. Kanzi solution is build on top of industry standard OpenGL ES graphics API. Check out the demo of the app running on the Nokia N900 after the break. It also supports gestures using the front-facing camera.

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