what do you use mobile phone, is used with one hand or both hands? Although the biggest a mobile phone, also can single hand, however, when the operation, but found that some mobile phone, specifically, is some applications, almost impossible by single hand application. It’s almost unacceptable for someone like me who likes to use a cell phone at one hand. Recalling a friend’s assessment of iPhone in 2007, "iPhone is unlikely to be my only cell phone, and touch screen will sacrifice mobility, especially single handed operations."." Fortunately, iOS is excellent and allows developers to create applications that do not sacrifice mobility at all. Unfortunately, with the explosive development of mobile Internet, the application software for the user scenario often only taste it, that for the subway, bus, elevator and other densely populated public places using "the scene hypothesis is not too much, to force the user two hand operation application software also needs in the crowds in the. As a user who uses a cell phone in addition to typing, my inner confession is: "I don’t like this kind of application,
!"A kind of torture
the most obvious, and also the most long suffering from micro-blog experience, with the larger screen, the left hand holding machine is difficult without me, through another hand the case, click on the upper right corner and the upper left corner of the button.
, but from the classic "data based" product management concept, there is no problem with the design. The data will tell PM that even if the button is too hard to click, "just need" will make its data very beautiful. Even after the revision, the button changes to another difficult to touch position. The data in this new location will tell PM, "look, what a great adjustment! There is no data loss."."
like Symbian used in 2 years ago is very bright, there is no substitute for users in case of difficult click will bring disaster, however, as the Android is not perfect, but the rapid growth of the free system, then the bright data can not change the fate of the miserable.
too many times, we are deceived by data, while at the same time obsessed with data, obsessed with data that does not translate into knowledge. Absolute values and data speak for sure, and then Jordankent is dogmatic and dangerous. Data is worthless before it is converted into knowledge without the goal and the business scenario hypothesis. Just imagine what would be the effect if Facebook tried to design its native elements for Chinese users through the statistics of Chinese users on the site?
"data is like crude oil that needs to be mined, refined, extracted," but the status quo is that data work is artificially segmented. The goal driven approach often shifts to data and becomes demand oriented. More importantly, the demand side often does not determine its own needs, such as "what kind of data," "what does the data prove?" and so forth