UIE Virtual Seminar Presentation (How does this work?)
Zero InterfaceLength: 90 minutes
For teams struggling to design responsively, Photoshop just ain't cuttin' it anymore. The problem is, our traditional workflows demand flat design comps, which don't quite jive with a flexible, content-first methodology.
Plus, responsive challenges us to rethink our roles. After all, who is the designer these days?
Fortunately, Stephen Hay has a practical, 10-step approach to improving your responsive web design workflow. With new ease, you'll go from text content to wireframes, deciding on breakpoints, and creating browser mockups before topping it off with style guidelines.
And your team will thank you for it.
Designing for different devices and screen sizes—amid changing budgets, roles, and timelines—doesn't have to be painful. Get some medicine from Stephen.
Let's dig into why Stephen Hay is awesome.
First, he's been a champion of the content-first approach to responsive web design since before "responsive web design" was a thing. Yes, the man is a visionary.
Second, when not consulting with clients through his consultancy, Zero Interface, he's been traveling the world giving workshops and talks. Attendees tell us that Stephen has re-invigorated their processes and helped them design better products, faster.
Third, is author of Responsive Design Workflow (New Riders, 2013) and co-author of Smashing Book #3, which mobile UX designers and front-end developers use as their go-to guides for getting great work done.
A native Californian, Stephen currently resides in The Netherlands. When he's not working himself to death, he appreciates a good Belgian ale and blogs about twice a year at the-haystack.com. You can also find him on Twitter:@stephenhay.
These seminars are great, thanks! We sometimes have staff members who are unable to attend the live seminar, and with access to the recorded content, anyone on the team can watch in the future.