The new Nokia Asha platform delivers a modern UI design to 3" QVGA screens in compact, pocketable smartphone capable for running Java apps. Building your Java apps to the Nokia Asha UI style and your users will be instantly familiar with the UI, ensuring seamless engagement with your app.
The Nokia Asha UI is designed so that the content is the UI. It does this by employing:
A great UX is about more than simply implementing a UI style; whether you are new to design or a seasoned pro, access a range of resources to help you create the best and most engaging experience in your apps and games. To get started check out the Nokia Asha Design Guidelines before discovering other useful resources, such as design guidelines, UI stencils, and icon templates in the Design and User Experience Library.
Nokia Asha Design Guidelines
Dive directly into the Nokia Asha UI.
Read the main points about the new UI style.
Design great UX
Get an introduction to good design practice and methods.
Designing for different markets
Learn how to create designs that work globally and locally
There are an estimated 675 million Series 40 phones in use daily. To target your apps at more of these phones: SDKs for earlier platforms are still available.
Extend the reach of your Android and BlackBerry apps by porting them to the Nokia Asha platform and Series 40. Get started with the porting guide or check out our webinars.