By Chuong Nguyen | January 29, 2010 3:25 AM
A LinkedIn profile shows that someone was working on creating some user experiences utilizing multitouch technology for an unknown platform that WMPU believes to be Windows Mobile 7. According to the profile,
NDA dictates I keep this vague. For a leading cell platform I created UX flows of common controls and usages. After client review I created flash demos. Those demo’s were then reviewed and passed on to SectionSeven development to create interactive prototypes. This process allowed for very efficient UX development.
From the looks of the UI, it looks just like regular multitouch on any platform. The tap to select, swipes, pinch and zoom, and kinetic scrolling could apply as much to the iPhone, webOS, or Android–all of which currently utilize capacitive touchscreens with support for multitouch in some capacity.