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Make Design Less Complicated Regardless of the Device

Adaptive Designs Across Devices Progressive Enhancement, the heart of Adaptive Design, makes the life of a design less complicated. Aaron and Jenn will show you how to create a solid core and build out to craft amazing user experiences that work regardless of devices, capabilities, or deficiencies. Adaptive Design Allows for Better experiences in all browsers Consistency with […]

Jason Grigsby – Real World Responsive Web Design

Media queries shape and form a web page to display on multiple screen sizes. That’s the core of responsive web design. Users can maintain the same level of experience that they get on the desktop even when they switch to a smaller device. The theory of responsive web design is great, but it’s not a silver bullet. When real world constraints and use cases arise it makes responsive design a bit trickier.

UIETips: Some Thoughts on “Designing in the Browser”

In this week’s UIEtips, we print an article from Stephen Hay. He shows what “designing in the browser” really means and how he implements it. Here’s an excerpt from the article: When I speak of designing in the browser, I mean creating browser-based design mockups/comps (I use the terms interchangeably), as opposed to static comps (like the […]

Aaron Gustafson & Jenn Lukas – Cross-device Adaptive Design

Responsive web design is widely regarded as a must when designing for multiple devices. With just one code base, instead of multiple sites, you can more efficiently make use of your resources. But, how your design looks is only a piece of the overall experience for a user. Having it be able to adapt to different browsers and technology can fully round out the interaction.

It’s Alive! See the Lineup and Workshops for the UX Immersion Mobile Conference

6 Daylong Workshops from Top UX Experts With more users accessing your sites and products via mobile, it’s critical that you provide a strongly integrated experience. At the UX Immersion Mobile Conference April 13-15, these UX luminaries will provide you with intensive, game-changing material that will challenge how you think about and design for mobile. Jason Grigsby […]

Your boss is talking about you. See what they’re saying

Setting: A note from your boss When: Sometime in the near future Hi, What a difference you’ve made to our team. I’m super impressed with what you learned and brought back to us from the UX Immersion Mobile Conference. Here’s just a sampling of what you’ve put into action. Learned the new standards for responsive […]

Strengthen Your UX Skills with UI19 Videos

Strengthen Your UX Skills with 9 Videos from the UI19 Conference Make you and your team better designers with these videos from nine UX experts for just $99. Hear these latest techniques, proven practices, and important UX ideas. You can even use these videos for team lunch and learns or individual training. Watch the videos whenever you […]

Watch the Videos from the Warm Gun Conference

The Warm Gun Conference held in December, 2014 focused on thought leaders telling stories of companies overcoming difficulties and UX experts sharing knowledge every designer needs. Many of the talks were captured on video. Now you can watch them at your leisure. Here’s a list of the available talks. The Rise of the DEO: Leadership […]

Brad Frost – Building Design Systems from Atomic Elements Live!

Have you seen style tiles, element collages, or pattern libraries? These are just a few examples of how designers are reacting to the explosion of devices and interface sizes. After all, thinking about the parts of a “page”—not just the sum of those parts—helps us create smart, scalable, maintainable designs for all those newfangled technologies.

Cyd Harrell – Techniques for Mobile Research

The so called Digital Divide is increasingly being filled with mobile devices. Because of that, you need an understanding of how your designs are appearing and behaving on smaller screens. Cyd Harrell is an expert on user research, and the one we to turn for mobile research. She says that it’s not just how your designs display on these devices but also the behavior of your users as they interact on these more personal gadgets. Users consider their mobile phones to be a much more private device than a desktop computer.