Chromelessness has value and relevance in many kinds of applications and domains, but one area where it has particular currency is that of mobile devices. Partly out of need (given their small screen-sizes) but also out of opportunity (there being rich alternatives to a mouse for input), mobile devices are well suited to window-less designs. There are ways, though, in which designing for mobile users differs from designing for stationary computer users. This talk will present a number of these differences, with examples.
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