Mobile Applications
Last updated: September 11, 2015 at 22:59 pm

Design rules specific to mobile platforms.

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What problem does this element or pattern solve?
Because mobile application development is such a specialized area, many companies opt to outsource these products. However, even if your mobile apps are built by internal teams, they often incorporate device-specific design and development standards. While these details may be too extensive to cover fully in your UX Style Framework, this page should provide links to all external mobile app standards so your employees can access them when needed.
It applies to these platforms:

Tablet Web, Smartphone Web,

An example of this element or pattern in production:

Detailed specifications

Specifications To Consider

  • Address the different devices that your company currently supports. The introduction of new wearable technologies will expand the need for clear mobile-specific standards.
  • Point out any mobile-specific patterns which conflict with responsive standards documented in your framework. Provide information on why the standard has been changed for stand-alone mobile apps.

Location of assets to build this element or pattern
Location of UX or visual design assets
Location of development code repository

Additional details
Information on research, user testing, or usability reports:

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This element or pattern may also be known as:
mobile apps, phone apps, iOS, android, windows phone, smartphone app
Related elements within this Style Framework:

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Owners and governance
UX or design 0wner
John Designowner
Business or marketing owner
Mary Businessowner
Development owner
Mike Devowner

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