Organizing Mobile Web Experiences

We're happy to invite back Luke Wroblewski to talk with us about mobile web and mobile apps.

The things that make mobile devices unique have a big impact on how we can organize and guide people through the content of our Web experiences. Just making a desktop-based design tiny won’t cut it. Moving your web site to the mobile web makes you step back and rethink.

From the reasons why people pull out a mobile device to how we can lay out navigation options on small screens, Luke will detail mobile design thinking and solutions that will help you organize your Web sites and apps. You’ll see how to make your design remain future friendly as Luke shows you what’s coming next.

See what the web is uniquely good at and how to adjust your site’s content accordingly. You’ll explore the best way to place navigational elements, to ensure your design has great clarity and retains your users’ focus on their tasks. Luke will explore new techniques, such as responsive web design, for handling multi-device layout.

Watch the recording from his June 25, 2012 session on "Mobile First."

Presenters

Luke Wroblewski

Created by Beth Raney

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A few of the questions that Luke responds to in the session: John McQueen: Budget for adding responsive design to an existing website? Donna Shanklin: How many types of smartphones should you test before 'releasing' an app? Steve: How many photographers do you have rethinking their websites for this format? Jerry Buchko, AFC (Private Practice): Q.: Are there other design approach resources out there that you like and can recommend? Matt: Do you recommend pixels or ems for media queries? LukeW: http://blog.cloudfour.com/the-ems-have-it-proportional-media-queries-ftw/

Thumb_beth_nov2014 Beth Raney

about 5 years ago

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