Mobiglyph: Bridging The Digital Literacy Gap

Mobiglyph: Bridging The Digital Literacy Gap

User design for emerging markets needs to begin from first principle needs in order to adapt current mobile tagging trends.

Stephen Fortune
  • 31 january 2011

Mobiglyph aims to bridge the user interface hurdles of mobile phones which many of us, in the literate first world, probably do not pay much heed to. As the designer notes:

Phones are *not* optimized for text input, making this important task an awkward and time-consuming interaction for even the most proficient user. Yet it was a task identified as one of the most beneficial aspects of owing a mobile device.

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