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Is Responsive Design the Answer to Your Multiple Platform Needs?

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Breif introduction to Resonsive Design, and discussion on how to use it in a Design Strategy for multiple platforms.

Breif introduction to Resonsive Design, and discussion on how to use it in a Design Strategy for multiple platforms.

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Is Responsive Design the Answer to Your Multiple Platform Needs? Is Responsive Design the Answer to Your Multiple Platform Needs? Presentation Transcript

  • Responsive Design & StrategicUser Interface Development for Multiple Platforms
  • Responsive Design & StrategicUser Interface Development for Multiple Platforms Someone else wrote this :-)
  • Is Responsive Design the answerto your multiple plaform needs?
  • Is Responsive Design the answerto your multiple plaform needs? no
  • Is Responsive Design the answerto your multiple plaform needs? no & yes
  • first, – somebackground
  • We used to design for this
  • And more recently this
  • But lately...
  • It’s gotten crowded
  • Any analyst will tell you
  • wouldn’t it be nice?
  • What RWD is,and what it’s not
  • <link rel="stylesheet" href="ipad-portrait.css" media="only screen and (min-device-width : 768px) and (max-device-width : 1024px) and (orientation : portrait)"> @media queries& other techniques
  • RWD is bloody hard, that’s what it is. (= expensive & time consuming)
  • what RWD is not
  • It will not magicallytransform your web site into a great mobile site
  • layout ≠ content
  • context is king(people want their iPhone websites)
  • photoshop on a phone just wouldn’t work (actually it does)
  • a proposal a sensible approach to designingfor multiple platforms
  • 1. let go(you just can’t please everybody)
  • 2. diet(nobody wants your junk)
  • 3. think mobile first (focus, touch & location) www.lukew.com
  • 4. “app” it(software has always been built this way)
  • Platform categories liberated data
  • orientation &input methods
  • liberateddata?
  • your CMS will not be happy
  • Cats: All your templates are belong to us
  • you’ve all seen this
  • 1998 2008
  • old news?
  • consider...
  • 1998 2015
  • 2008 2015
  • 2015: 30 - 50 millionobjects on the carrier networks in Norway. telenor 2010: 5,65 million 2009: 5,2 million
  • 2012: wifi light bulbs an IP-address for every light bulb
  • Your most importantdesign decision will not be esthetic
  • Questions?
  • thanks for listening
  • @feiring