Originally posted on the Mobile Gov Blog.
To help make Mobile Gov work better for the public, agencies identified they needed mobile user experience guidelines and recommendations. Today, we are launching a Mobile User Experience Crowd Sourcing tool where we are asking mobile innovators to help us identify user experience practices!
This project started when we got together with the Departments of State, Labor and the National Library of Medicine and 15 other agencies for a workshop in November to collect and develop mobile user experience guidelines/recommendations for agencies to use when developing and updating mobile products (apps, mobile web, SMS, etc). You can read a workshop synopsis here.
We have made amazing progress since this event and now we are looking to you to help us bring more brilliance to the mobile user experience effort.
On our tool we have listed Mobile User Experience elements we have identified so you can tell us which you think are critical, very important and important. Also, you can let us if you have better wording for these elements or other mobile user experience elements to consider.
This crowd sourcing exercise, which you can find here, should take you less than 15 minutes to complete.
Stay tuned to the Mobile Gov Blog for updates. We will close the crowd sourcing project on Monday, March 25th.
Thank you for helping us make Mobile Gov!