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  1. The education game market continues to grow rapidly, and mobile learning games are a dominant force in this market. Newzoo, an industry analyst that provides insight for the generic games market, predicts the overall mobile game market across all game types will grow 40 percent between now and 2020. That’s a significant growth increase.
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  2. PWAs allow users to have the experience of an app without having to download one.

    By now, you’ve probably heard that Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are the next big thing. Experts believe that they’ll push the mobile web forward, bring parity to web and native apps and provide mobile specific capabilities to web users.

    So what are Progressive Web Apps, exactly?
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  3. Mobile traffic has already surpassed desktop traffic online. More than half of all traffic is from smartphones and tablets now.

    Plus, 79 percent of global internet traffic will be mobile by the end of 2018.

    And it’s no secret that Google places a big importance on mobile.

    Mobile is critical in today’s world. But just having a mobile site doesn’t mean you are free from potential issues.
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  4. Established in 2001 in the Netherlands, Translink operates as the connecting force behind the OV-chipkaart. One card used for accessing all sorts of public transportation, the OV-chipkaart is an easier and more secure way for people to travel. The OV-chipkaart also allows Dutch public transportation companies to make more efficient use of capacity, resources and staff.
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  5. Given the importance of speed as a metric, Google at Mobile World Congress is introducing new tools to help mobile sites improve their end-user experiences. The first is a comparison tool, while the second helps calculate the monetary impact of speed.
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  6. Samsung’s foldable phone has become a mystery that will not be solved until next year. Samsung’s mobile president DJ Koh has recently given an interview to the world’s most popular tech news outlet Cnet and said that the company is making progress on the foldable phone, rumored as Galaxy X.
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  7. Welcome to the first UX case study of 2018! Codal hopes you have had a fantastic start to the new year. For those who have followed along with our long-running UX Case Study series, welcome back, and to new readers, welcome aboard.

    For those who are just joining us: UX Case Study is a regular series written by UX design agency Codal, where we conduct in-depth examinations of different mobile apps. An exercise in scrutiny, we place apps under a microscope and critically examine them through a user experience lens, acknowledging both their successes and failures.
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  8. Google has made mobile page speed a priority for the past couple of years. It introduced Accelerated Mobile Pages in October 2015 as part of a broad initiative to speed up web browsing on mobile devices. The following year, the company emphasized websites that used AMP more prominently in its search results and on Google News, per TechCrunch.
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  9. Mobile animation can make a web or mobile app pop. Learn these 5 must know UI animations and play with our 3 free downloadable examples.
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  10. Things move quickly in the mobile app universe. To succeed in the field of mobile UX design, designers must have the foresight and prepare for new challenges around the corner.

    To simplify the task, I’ve listed the biggest, impactful trends for 2018 and, most likely, beyond.
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