Archive for the 'responsive web design' topic

Responsive Web Design Workflow – A December 12 Virtual Seminar

Stephen Hay has developed a practical approach to improving your responsive web design workflow. On December 12, he’ll share it with your team. With new ease, you’ll go from text content to wireframes, deciding on breakpoints, and creating browser mockups before topping it all off with style guidelines. You’ll learn how to: Start with the […]

UIEtips: Devising a Strategy for Responsive Design

In today’s UIEtips, I’m sharing a reprint of an article on the importance of organizations nailing down a strategy for making their sites responsive. Saying yes to responsive design will require changes to your editorial process, the ways you approach visual and interaction design, and how you think about your users and their goals. And […]

The Insider Scoop on the Must-Attend Mobile UX Conference of 2014

The mobile boom can be daunting. More and more users are accessing your site and products on their mobile devices, making a clear case for you to know how to design for those experiences. Designers must create designs that function across multiple devices. Good design practices are being changed by a need for cross-platform experiences, […]

Designing Across Devices with Progressive Enhancement

On November 21, we’re presenting the next UIE Virtual Seminar—Designing Across Devices with Progressive Enhancement, with Aaron Gustafson. Today, there exist sea of design considerations like browsers, accessibility, device compatibility, and responsive or adaptive design. And with new techniques and devices coming out daily, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Fortunately, Aaron Gustafson knows how to […]

UIEtips: Multi-Device Adaptation vs. Optimization

In this week’s UIEtips, we revisit an article about multi-device adaptation vs. optimization. Luke Wroblewski uses a great analogy of how responsive design and optimization relates to taking a trip and packing appropriately. Here’s an excerpt from the article: If you don’t exactly know what you’re getting into, it’s difficult to arrive 100% prepared. Instead, you […]

View Two Samples of the UXIM OnDemand Content

Our annual UX Immersion Mobile conference was jam-packed with insights from some of today’s UX Mobile experts. If you missed out on Seattle back in April, you can still get a piece of the experience through UXIM OnDemand. This awesome resource allows you and your team to access all the audio, video, and session materials from UXIM 2013. Here’s a sample of the talks.

Richard Rutter – Typography in Responsive Web Design

Typography wears many hats in the user experience world. It’s part of the overall look of the visual design. It can convey tone and meaning of the content. Well set type can improve the user experience through readability and be an important piece of the accessibility puzzle for users with low vision. As with most things involving the web these days, typography isn’t immune to the disruption caused by mobile and multi-device design.

Luke Wroblewski – Organizing Mobile Web Experiences

The proliferation of mobile devices has made it necessary to rethink your web experiences. The mobile phone and tablet, along with retina displays, have substantially changed how a user experiences your design. Responsive web design has emerged as a solution in some cases, but even though connection speeds on mobile networks are increasing, performance remains an issue.

UIEtips: The ROI of Mobile Content Strategy

In this week’s UIEtips, Jared discusses the cost effectiveness of responsive design vs. creating a separate mobile version of a web site. Here’s an excerpt from the article Which is more expensive: a responsive design web site or creating a separate mobile version? This is a constant debate among many organizations. We can answer it […]

Jason Cranford Teague – Prototyping a Responsive Design

With the emergence of techniques like responsive web design, many of the traditional prototyping methods become difficult to employ. Sketches and wireframes have in some cases given way to HTML and CSS prototyping so that users and clients can experience a richer, more complete interaction.