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People expect to access and use the products that they love everywhere that they go. With an ever-increasing number of different smartphones, tablets, computers, wearables, and televisions that allow us to view websites, this makes our jobs as interactive designers even more challenging. Are you helping them focus on what they really need to get done, on the devices where they need that functionality the most?
In this workshop from HOW Design Live 2016, which was led by David Sherwin and Drew Bridewell with about 250 people, we shared techniques to help teams:
● Prioritize what product features will have the most value for your users across smartphone, tablet, desktop, TV, wearables, and other devices—so you’re investing your time and energy into the right features in the right places
● Validate your product assumptions and hypotheses through paper and digital prototypes, so you can start building those features intelligently
● Plan the implementation of your product features for development in a modular, componentized manner that makes them easier to test and scale
Along with workshop activities rooted in the above techniques, we shared how we used similar approaches in a redesign of the learning experience of Lynda.com as a responsive web product.