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What Happens When You Get Context Wrong - UX Design for Mobile Developers

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    I think the light sensor would be the best answer.
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    Cause then you would know that it's dark and your
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    users asleep. But also the accelerometer and the gyroscope, would
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    tell you that your user hasn't moved so their sleeping.
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    >> Yeah, and you would think that this is an isolated problem, but
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    it's not. In fact it's such a huge issue for users, that there
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    exists entire category application. Agent being one of them. Which actually is a
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    stand alone app, which silences your
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    phone. So that other applications won't disturb
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    you in the middle of the night, with information you don't really want.
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    >> Apps like Trigger take into account
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    these triggers like light and accelerometer. And
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    they know that if you're sleeping or
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    you're not moving, they'll silence your whole phone.
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    But if you're building an application that
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    provides sports updates. You should take advantage of
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    these sensors within the application, and deliver
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    the notification when you know the user's awake.
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What Happens When You Get Context Wrong - UX Design for Mobile Developers
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07-04 What Happens When You Get Context Wrong

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Video Language:
English
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Udacity
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UD849 - UX Design
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0:46

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