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Designing Mobile to Multi-Device Experiences

A session at Breaking Development 2013: Orlando

Wednesday 10th April, 2013

8:00am to 12:00pm (EST)

Gone are the days when the web was contained in our desktop and laptop computers. Today it flows through a sea of unique devices each with their own opportunities and limitations. Leading this shift are mobile computers whose numbers are growing at an astonishing pace and becoming many people’s first (and sometimes only) way of getting online. Designing for this reality requires new ways of thinking and getting things done.

In this full day session, Luke Wroblewski (author of Mobile First) will walk you through detailed explanations, examples, and design best practices that will shift your thinking about website organization, layout, input, and more. You’ll learn how to:

  • Organize your websites and applications to deliver immediate value on mobile devices and beyond
  • Optimize navigation systems and menus for mobile devices and adapt them to a variety of screens
  • Create layouts that take mobile’s unique capabilities and constraints into account without compromising large screen designs
  • Understand the difference and decide between responsive web design, RESS, and device experience solutions for multi-device web design
  • And much more!

After this concentrated deep dive into mobile and multi-device web design, you’ll be armed with the best practices and principles you need to deliver a great experience for your audience no matter what device(s) they’re on!

About the speaker

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Luke Wroblewski

Digital product design & strategy guy in Silicon Valley, CA. Known for Mobile First, Bagcheck, Web Form Design, & more... bio from Twitter

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Time 8:00am12:00pm EST

Date Wed 10th April 2013

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Official event site

bdconf.com/2013/orlando

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Books by speaker

  • Web Form Design
  • Mobile First
  • Site-Seeing

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