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After slowly being released of print designs grip on the web, we are finally starting to design in a way more susceptive to the systems we are building. But in designing responsively some have over simplified interfaces to a point that users no longer find them engaging. This will give you a scale to judge where you are at and some tips to get to the next level and designing delightfully.

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Designing Delightful Experiences, Responsively Designing Delightful Experiences, Responsively Presentation Transcript

  • designing DELIGHTFUL experiences, responsively @lukebrookerFriday, 31 August 12
  • "Responsive design is boring" is guy I know.Friday, 31 August 12
  • How can we make our designs not just good, BUT DELIGHTFUL?Friday, 31 August 12
  • 1. NOT CRAP 2. 3. 4.Friday, 31 August 12
  • wtfmobileweb.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • wtfmobileweb.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • SWEAT THE DETAILS… not the pixelsFriday, 31 August 12
  • test early, often and ACROSS MULTIPLE DEVICES image via Brad FrostFriday, 31 August 12
  • 1. NOT CRAP 2. GOOD 3. 4.Friday, 31 August 12
  • give users WHAT THEY WANTFriday, 31 August 12
  • and give it to them QUICKLYFriday, 31 August 12
  • “…the average Web page size is over 1MB and growing. 86% of responsive web designs send the same content to mobile devices.” Brad FrostFriday, 31 August 12
  • SOME ARE MUCH WORSE grolsch.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • QUICK WINS • Strip out useless content (on all devices) • Images are over 60% of the web • Do you need all that javascript? • If all else fails, load lazilyFriday, 31 August 12
  • 1. NOT CRAP 2. GOOD 3. GREAT 4.Friday, 31 August 12
  • NEW DEVICES = NEW CAPABILITIESFriday, 31 August 12
  • TOUCHFriday, 31 August 12
  • LOCATIONFriday, 31 August 12
  • IF IT’S A PHONE, REMEMBER...Friday, 31 August 12
  • IT’S A PHONE! <a href="tel:1234567890">Call Us<a/>Friday, 31 August 12
  • NEW DEVICES = NEW CAPABILITIES Don’t forget Progressive enhancementFriday, 31 August 12
  • 1. NOT CRAP 2. GOOD 3. GREAT 4. DELIGHTFULFriday, 31 August 12
  • getmentalnotes.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • EASY FOR DEVELOPERS css-tricks.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • MAKE BORING TASKS EXCITING photojojo.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • DELIGHTFUL COPY IS UNIVERSAL codekit.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • codekit.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • codekit.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • codekit.comFriday, 31 August 12
  • NOT CRAP • People can use your site across devicesFriday, 31 August 12
  • NOT CRAP • People can use your site across devices GOOD • People find your site fast & easy to useFriday, 31 August 12
  • NOT CRAP • People can use your site across devices GOOD • People find your site fast & easy to use GREAT • People like your site and use it oftenFriday, 31 August 12
  • DELIGHTFUL • ey love your site and tell their friendsFriday, 31 August 12
  • BE DELIGHTFUL THANKS @lukebrookerFriday, 31 August 12