Tuesday 20th May, 2014
4:00pm to 4:45pm
Everyone talks about the benefits of simplicity. Yet many of us end up adding a heavy amount of complexity to inherently simple things. In fact, many web designers and developers end up spending significant amounts of project time undoing problems caused by complexities added early in the design process. In effect, we often ruin the things we build during the process of building them, but it doesn't have to be that way. In this session, Stephen looks at how and why we complicate things, and then looks at how an exaggerated application of progressive enhancement can help us maintain simplicity and increase value for the people using the things we make.
Senior UX Design Lead @catawiki. Author of Responsive Design Workflow (@RDWorkflow). Design + code. Speaker, writer. Generalist. Tweets my own. bio from Twitter
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