Building Forms In Mobile Apps – Part 5
Posted by:Nithin Rao April 29th, 2014
This post is part of a series (read parts 123 and 4 here) on building forms in mobile apps. In the last post, we saw why we must minimize the typing effort needed from users in mobile app forms and a few ‘how’s. In today’s post, let us look at … Continue reading “Building Forms In Mobile Apps – Part 5”
Posted by:Richard Smith April 28th, 2014
Healthcare is in the middle of a mobile revolution by a new paradigm called healthcare mobility solutions a.k.a “mHealth”. Providers and patients alike are embracing mobile apps which offer emancipation of data, information and resources from the confines of work stations. Apps that ensure better patient care, improve treatment outcomes, reduce error rates are in vogue in hospitals. Having made its presence … Continue reading “Hospital mobile apps – No longer a novelty in healthcare”
Posted by:Ranjit Anand April 25th, 2014
Apple makes an OS version release every quarter and releases new devices frequently; so do Samsung and other players. This invariably, leads to a situation many of us have faced. The app development is making rapid progress and suddenly, you encounter a new device launch or a new OS version upgrade. And yes, since it is prudent to have … Continue reading “A 4 Step Guide To Handle Device/OS Upgrades During Mobile App Development”
Posted by:Nithin Rao April 24th, 2014
This post is part of a series (read parts 1, 2 and 3 here) on building forms in mobile apps. Good mobile app design is all about making the user do as little ‘work’ as possible. Mobile app users are on-the-move and don’t have as much time as they probably would when … Continue reading “Building Forms In Mobile Apps – Part 4”
Posted by:Jyoti Trehan April 23rd, 2014
Agile methodology started evolving in late 90s and has had a good gestation period. UX, on the other hand, came much later. Taming both concepts for co-existence is still an art that needs to be perfected. Organizations are trying to formulize best practices to fit in UX work and workforce in the Agile execution of projects. UX isn’t really very new. … Continue reading “Agile and UX – Is there a generation gap or are they pals?”
Topics : UX
Posted by:Ranjani Rao April 22nd, 2014
For retailers, the advantages of going mobile are many. But, the considerations they need to take into account while framing their mobile strategy are equally high. That leaves them always at crossroads when it comes to deciding between native apps and responsive websites. What factors should they need keep in mind? What are the advantages that responsive websites and native … Continue reading “Retailers, Torn Between Native Apps And Responsive Websites? [Infographic Inside]”
Posted by:Richard Smith April 18th, 2014
There are 1000s of mobile apps to help people with healthcare a fitness. There are 100s if not 1000s of devices that can monitor the human body and transmit vitals and activity data to a smartphone app. Not much of this data is reaching healthcare providers to help them manage the treatment of patients, but there are many … Continue reading “Will mHealth and crowdsourcing commoditize health care treatments?”
Posted by:Richard Smith April 16th, 2014
Apps have been making news in the field of medical devices for a few years now. What started off as simple apps to convert the abundance of literature into a compact, digital visual experience has morphed into so much more. Videos, Demos, Simulations, Prospect Education, Sales Analytics, Comparison Charts … the scenarios and potential uses are both overwhelming. … Continue reading “Will Your Medical Device Sales App Pass These 3 Tests?”
Posted by:Richard Smith April 15th, 2014
Patient engagement was never considered a quantifiable, measurable benchmark in hospitals before the introduction of healthcare acts. To ensure patient engagement is taken seriously by hospitals, Medicare and Medicaid have tied incentives to patient engagement. Patients have become active participants in their own care. Doctors have to discuss treatment options in detail with their patients when making decisions on their treatment. As … Continue reading “Decentralization of treatment decisions and the rise of patient engagement! [INFOGRAPHIC Inside]”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao April 14th, 2014
‘In the 2013 study, advisor firms with the highest satisfaction scores contacted investors more than 12 times during the past year, while those with lower scores only contacted investors approximately six to eight times’ Craig Martin, Director of investment services at J.D. Power & Associates. Should you care about this? Absolutely! 71% of highly satisfied investors will increase their investments … Continue reading “Investor satisfaction is directly proportional to Advisor communication”

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