Chapter 31The Importance of Curation for Successful Mobile Experiences

Chad Udell


It’s easy to see that web-connected smart phones (basically, the post-iPhone market) signaled the end of an individual being unable to answer the trivia question at the pub with a friend. Virtually any piece of information is available to an inquisitive user, no matter where he or she is located. In many ways, it also signaled the end of the “less is more” approach in terms of content curation for mobile learning that characterized the wireless application protocol (WAP) days, due to low-speed connections and low-powered feature phones with limited input options. ...

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