Christian Lindholm has been called the 'godfather of mobile phone users' by Helsingin Sanomat, Finland's largest daily newspaper. He is the inventor of the Nokia Navi-key user interface, the father of the Series 60 user interface. His passion is to make stuff easy to use. Currently Lindholm is back in the lab working out the details of his teams next vision. He joined Nokia in 1995 as a product manager of user interfaces. He spent seven years in various user interface roles and one year looking at mobile services, before taking a position as a director for a new venture in Nokia in the field of multimedia. He is the writer, together with colleagues from Nokia, of "Mobile Usability," one of the first books dedicated on mobile usability and the mysteries of designing small user interfaces.
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