The Minimal Viable Web

A session at Breaking Development 2012 :focus on Responsive

Monday 4th June, 2012

2:30pm to 3:30pm (CST)

Based on the Minimal Viable Product approach that is advocated by the Lean Thinking movement, this session will explain how you can create better web solutions by seeing them as products rather than projects. No matter what your technical or creative role is, you can apply product management principles to your sites and applications in ways that help you get the best possible results by delivering the most elegant and simple web product that your users need, validating it through research, and then continuously improving it in incremental ways.

The Minimal Viable Web session will walk you through several steps that, when taken together, will lead you to higher levels of web design success. We’ll connect the disciplines of:

  • developmental psychology
  • user experience design
  • content strategy
  • mobile first design
  • responsive design
  • agile development
  • usability evaluation

into an overall strategy for delivering progressively-enhanced, responsive design solutions that meet your users’ and organizations’ needs.

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Kristofer Layon

I like problems. So I can design, write, run, or cook my way to solutions. bio from Twitter

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Time 2:30pm3:30pm CST

Date Mon 4th June 2012

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  • Mobilizing Web Sites
  • The Web Designer's Guide to iOS Apps

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