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Size doesn’t matter.
Size doesn’t matter.
http://allthingswildlyconsidered.blogspot.com/2010_07_01_archive.html
The world is changing.....
The world is changing.....
Houston, we have a problem!
We no longer design for the web,     We now design for _____ ?
“insist upon forcing a square peg into a round hole"          -- Edward Bulwer Lynton in Kenelm Chillingly, His Adventures...
Separate Mobile Sites
Native Apps?
Inspiration
Luke Wroblewski       http://forrst.com/people/icoach/posts
Jeffery ZeldmanThere’s a general agreement that the “mobile”user is not to be trifled with; give them thecontent they want...
Ethan Marcotte
Frameworks
Everything should be made     as simple as possible,           but not simpler.
Rows and Columns
Rows and Columns        twelve columns   eight columns         four columns
How is it done?
But we did that with <table>
Everything should be made     as simple as possible,           but not simpler.
But can tables do this?
Responsive Design makes it easier not easy!
Tools/Resources• Foundation- http://foundation.zurb.com• Bootstrap- http://twitter.github.com/  bootstrap/• List of Respon...
Image/Content Credits• Images- http://sxc.hu• Images- http://abookapart.com• Images- http://www.oup.com• Images- http://co...
Helpful Links• Site testing- http://responsive.is• Great examples- http://mediaqueri.es/
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Size Doesn't Matter

  1. 1. Size doesn’t matter.
  2. 2. Size doesn’t matter.
  3. 3. http://allthingswildlyconsidered.blogspot.com/2010_07_01_archive.html
  4. 4. The world is changing.....
  5. 5. The world is changing.....
  6. 6. Houston, we have a problem!
  7. 7. We no longer design for the web, We now design for _____ ?
  8. 8. “insist upon forcing a square peg into a round hole" -- Edward Bulwer Lynton in Kenelm Chillingly, His Adventures and Opinions
  9. 9. Separate Mobile Sites
  10. 10. Native Apps?
  11. 11. Inspiration
  12. 12. Luke Wroblewski http://forrst.com/people/icoach/posts
  13. 13. Jeffery ZeldmanThere’s a general agreement that the “mobile”user is not to be trifled with; give them thecontent they want as quickly as possible‘cause they’re in a hurry. But the corollarydoes not hold true. Why do we thinkthat the “desktop” user ismore willing to put up withhaving unnecessary crapthrown at them? http://www.zeldman.com/2011/04/27/adactio-journal%E2%80%94content-first/
  14. 14. Ethan Marcotte
  15. 15. Frameworks
  16. 16. Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
  17. 17. Rows and Columns
  18. 18. Rows and Columns twelve columns eight columns four columns
  19. 19. How is it done?
  20. 20. But we did that with <table>
  21. 21. Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
  22. 22. But can tables do this?
  23. 23. Responsive Design makes it easier not easy!
  24. 24. Tools/Resources• Foundation- http://foundation.zurb.com• Bootstrap- http://twitter.github.com/ bootstrap/• List of Responsive Design Frameworks • http://designshack.net/articles/css/which-is-right-for-me-22-responsive- css-frameworks-and-boilerplates-explained/
  25. 25. Image/Content Credits• Images- http://sxc.hu• Images- http://abookapart.com• Images- http://www.oup.com• Images- http://commons.wikimedia.org• Images(Plagiarized)- http://allthingswildlyconsidered.blogspot.com/2010_07_01_archive.html
  26. 26. Helpful Links• Site testing- http://responsive.is• Great examples- http://mediaqueri.es/

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