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Responsive design

  1. 1. Responsive Design Summary
  2. 2. What is Responsive Web Design? • Responsive websites respond to their environment. • These web sites provide optimal experience for their users regardless of access devices.
  3. 3. 1. SCOPING Process
  4. 4. Context of Use Context is about the environment and conditions of usage, including distractions, multitasking, motion, lighting conditions and poor connectivity
  5. 5. Mobile first • To focus on only the most important data and actions in your web application. You have to prioritize. • Consider capabilities offered to developers on Apple’s iPhone or Google’s Android platforms: – precise location information from GPS; – user orientation from a digital compass; – multi-touch input from one or more simultaneous gestures; – device positioning from an accelerometer; and many more.
  6. 6. Eg: Use geo location
  7. 7. Identify Device-specific Use Cases • Think about what visitors want most from your mobile website and consider how to make it easy for them to access.
  8. 8. Simplify Existing Functionality • Make sure your interactions work smoothly on smaller screens and retain their context.
  9. 9. Rethink Potentially Awkward Interactions • Some UI choices that make great sense on a desktop simply fall flat on a mobile screen – mouse hovering!
  10. 10. 2. WIREFRAMING: GRID STRUCTURES AND LAYOUTS Process
  11. 11. Grid structure • Define the grid structure for 3 pages for the screen widths 1024px (Desktop), 768px (iPad portrait), 320px (iPhone portrait) Desktop Tablet Mobile
  12. 12. DesktopTabletMobile
  13. 13. Navigation Desktop Tablet Mobile
  14. 14. http://ignaty.com/ Desktop Tablet Mobile
  15. 15. http://ilovedust.com/ Desktop Tablet Mobile
  16. 16. http://snatz.com/ Desktop Tablet Mobile
  17. 17. https://corporate.target.com/ Desktop Tablet Mobile
  18. 18. Listings http://designshack.net/tutorialexamples/responsivegallery/index.html Desktop TabletMobile
  19. 19. http://ilovedust.com/ Desktop Tablet Mobile
  20. 20. http://ignaty.com/ Desktop TabletMobile
  21. 21. Scroller
  22. 22. http://snatz.com/ Desktop TabletMobile
  23. 23. Footer https://corporate.target.com/ Desktop Tablet Mobile
  24. 24. Forms
  25. 25. Text • Don’t make users double tap or pinch your content. Instead, increase the font size to at least 16px. • You can also use a line height of 1.5 to allow for breathing room between text on content-rich pages.
  26. 26. Buttons • Our fingers are much clumsier than a cursor, so bumping up the spacing between different touch targets will improve user accuracy. And, make those touch targets big! • Our fingertips typically require upwards of 44px to comfortably fit within a touch target so design for that.
  27. 27. 3. EXAMPLES Responsive web design
  28. 28. http://ilovedust.com/
  29. 29. http://snatz.com/
  30. 30. bostonglobe.com
  31. 31. corporate.target.com
  32. 32. RESOURCES Responsive Web Design
  33. 33. Resources For designer: • http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/articles/design -theory/designing-for-a-responsive-web/ For developer: • http://alistapart.com/article/responsive-web- design • http://alistapart.com/article/fluidgrids
  34. 34. Examples • http://www.mobify.com/blog/70-stunning- responsive-sites-for-your-inspiration/

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