Designing for today's web: working in a post-psd world

A session at beyond tellerrand // web 2013

Tuesday 28th May, 2013

11:15am to 12:00pm (CET)

The explosion of new internet-capable devices has redefined what it means to design for the web, but our process as web designers remains largely unchanged.

In this session, we'll discuss how our methodology can evolve to create content-focused, lightweight, and flexible sites. By prototyping designs directly in the browser, we can be more collaborative with stakeholders and developers, and we can execute and iterate more efficiently.

We'll also cover the role graphic design plays in the shifting landscape of the web, and how our visual styles can adapt to meet these new demands.

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Meagan Fisher

A UI designer with a passion for making content beautiful and accessible for every user.

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Time 11:15am12:00pm CET

Date Tue 28th May 2013

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