In this deck I share a process aimed at delivering a great web experience regardless of the browser/device the user chooses to view it on. It describes the qualities of a great user experience and the process by which to achieve it.
This approach helps us focus on the two most important things about the user, the content they want/need and the context in which they access it. It also benefits business, designers, content creators and developers by introducing ideas that help us create better, sustainable, future-friendly sites.
This is the first deck I've uploaded and I see that PP animations don't work so a couple slides may not make complete sense.
Slide 36 that says "Edit Ruthlessly, but thoughtfully." and shows Atilla the Hun and Dexter Morgan probably seems a bit odd. The thing is, the first time I presented this talk there was someone in the room that wasn't clear on the meaning of the word ruthless. Someone else said Atilla the Hun and that made ruthless crystal clear to them. To which I had to come up with someone that embodied ruthless but thoughtful and Dexter sprung to mind. Make sense? Good.