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UX design for every screen

by on Mar 21, 2012

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In this session, we will explore the how the recent explosion of devices has disrupted the process of designing a website that we've crafted over the past decade. ...

In this session, we will explore the how the recent explosion of devices has disrupted the process of designing a website that we've crafted over the past decade.

When designers only have one instance of website (i.e., desktop) to design, the layout is uniform. The header, content area, sidebar, and footer all remain static. Furthermore, the elements are relatively uniform as well. Buttons, navigation, typography, and images are all basically the same across across the various pages. But if you are designing a responsive website – one whose look and feel adapts depending whether you're using a phone, laptop, or tablet – then these elements and especially the layout begin to diverge.

After this session, you should leave with the confidence to argue the importance of responsive design to your client or boss – and that the with the proper strategy, the extra effort and costs can be justified (and hopefully minimized).

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