July 18th, 2012
It’s old news that your web designs should work on multiple devices. It shouldn’t matter if the user has a mobile device or is using a desktop computer. Thanks to responsive web design, users view web sites accurately despite the device they use. But optimizing the delivery of content to the devices is also critical. When the server can detect the device being used, it can deliver exactly what is needed.
In today’s UIEtips, Luke Wroblewski discusses multi-device adaption vs. optimization. He gives a great analogy of how responsive design and optimization relates to taking a trip and packing appropriately. I’m sure you’ll find Luke’s article interesting.
Red the article: Multi-Device Adaptation vs. Optimization
For several years running, Luke has been our highest rated speaker at the User Interface Conference. That’s why we keep bringing him back. On November 5 in Boston, Luke will present a daylong workshop on Designing Mobile and Multi-device Experiences. Explore his workshop and the seven others at UICONF.com.
How do you adapt and/or optimize multi-device designs? Share your thoughts below.Tweet