Workflow on Responsive Web Design Projects

Jared Spool

January 20th, 2014

The old workflow of designing for the desktop and a tablet, working up images in Photoshop or Fireworks, falls apart with responsive design. With the growing number of mobile devices, how do you design for the multitude of screen sizes? What priority will elements take on shrinking screens? How can designers make their intentions clear for developers ready to code? These are some of the questions Ben Callahan’s workflow seminar will answer.

With Ben, learn to manage expectations and create stronger products, faster by:

  • Structuring teams to be more flexible
  • Planning responsive projects, from soup-to-nuts
  • Designing interfaces using faster methods
  • Managing expectations and doing testing
  • Pushing “the whole” instead of “the parts”
  • Using more than one tool
  • Learning to let go of control

When Ben Callahan speaks, everyone listens. He has been a leading voice in making flexibility the core of responsive design workflows. Don’t miss his full-day workshop at UXIM14 in Denver, CO on April 7.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Build small “surgical” teams to maximize collaboration
  • Delay decisions until the last responsible moment
  • Overcome “baggage” that hampers a responsive process
  • Facilitate a collaborative design process that’s still adaptable
  • Convince others that responsive web design is a competitive advantage
  • Identify when trust waivers, then address it with transparency

Ben will help you overcome common workflow challenges. He’ll also offer practical, relatable takeaways from real-world stories and case studies from his own experiences in running projects.

If your design process is missing something and you want to know how to shift the focus from the process to the people involved—check out this workshop.

Get inspired at the UXIM Mobile Conference.

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