The dominance of the desktop browser is over. The web is wider now. It’s time to move away from ‘device specific thinking’ and time to transcend ‘platformism’. Now we’re designing for contexts, displays, connectivity, and inputs by breaking devices down into first principles. Designers should now be aiming to create great user experiences using the truly fluid nature of the web.
What’s he known for?
Cennydd’s book ‘Undercover User Experience Design’ has been acclaimed as "a must have for your bookshelf”, and his second book “Designing the wider web” is due out this winter. He writes a popular design blog and regularly contributes to influential publications including Pervasive IA, A List Apart, Johnny Holland and .Net Magazine in which he promotes thoughtful, ethical design that touches people's lives.
Cennydd is a UX designer with nine years of professional experience. He often speaks at design and technology conferences across the world, including SXSW, Future of Web Apps, and the prestigious closing keynote at the 2011 Information Architecture Summit. His thoughts on design have been quoted by the Guardian, PBS, Design Week and the Abu Dhabi National.
As an active member of the British user experience community, he co-founded the UX London and UXCampLondon conferences.
He specialises in product design, HTML prototyping, Agile UX, and guerrilla methods within businesses with limited adoption of design.
Product designer at Twitter · Columnist for A List Apart · Author of Undercover UX Design. bio from Twitter
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