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Adapting to Responsive UX Design - Digital Shoreditch 2013

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These are the slides from the workshop I gave at the 'Make & Do' weekend of Digital Shoreditch 2013 - They explore the challenges and opportunities web & UX designers are faced with when it comes to …

These are the slides from the workshop I gave at the 'Make & Do' weekend of Digital Shoreditch 2013 - They explore the challenges and opportunities web & UX designers are faced with when it comes to responsive web design (RWD). I shared experiences, techniques and general approaches from the work we do at Cyber-Duck: www.cyber-duck.co.uk.

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  • 1. Adapting toResponsiveMatt Gibson@duckymatt#DS13
  • 2. How do we defineresponsive?
  • 3. Flickr credit: @alui0000A website that reacts to the plethora ofways that our users will access our content.
  • 4. You dont get to decidewhich device people useto access your website.Karen McGranehttp://bondartscience.com/
  • 5. The web doesn’thave a fixed width.
  • 6. We should embrace the fact thatthe web doesn’t have the sameconstraints [as the printed page]and design for this flexibility.John Allsopp, A Dao of Web Designhttp://alistapart.com/article/dao
  • 7. Responsive isabout...
  • 8. Contenthttp://xkcd.com/773/
  • 9. Performance
  • 10. Big screen≠Better connection
  • 11. AccessibilityFlickr credit: @furbyx4
  • 12. Navigation
  • 13. Layout & flow
  • 14. Future friendliness
  • 15. RWD meansassuming lessabout our users
  • 16. Task 1.Looking at the DigitalShoreditch website, what is themost important content theuser needs(list down the top 5)
  • 17. Task 2.Based on this, what would bethe core experience for ourusers and what is secondary?
  • 18. http://www.cennydd.co.uk/2012/why-i-dont-wireframe-muchSketching and prototyping
  • 19. Style tiles
  • 20. Style guides andpattern libraries
  • 21. Task 3.Prototyping - Sketch out ourhomepage based on our coreexperience we’ve alreadydefined.