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If users really like your website or app, they're not logging in from a single device. They're visiting from their desktop at work, their phone on the train, and their tablet at home. Your design also needs to perform elegantly and consistently on all platforms. In this course, Brian Thurston shows how to design complete experiences that take visitors from one device to another, and back again. You'll leave with a solid understanding of the planning it takes to ensure your site is prepared for success, the importance of flexible content creation and preparation, and special considerations involved in designing for touch screens. Brian also takes a look forward at the impact wearable devices and future tech will have on the UX designs of today.
Hi there. I'm Brian Thurston Bralczyk. And this is Fundamentals of UX, Multi Device Design. In this course, we'll learn how to design complete experiences. That can take our users from one device to another, and back again. I'll start by talking about how to make important, upfront planning decisions. Using context as your guide. From there, we'll learn how to create a flexible content strategy.
That ensures your users will get your message on whichever device they use. We'll also be taking a look at how to design for touch screens. One of the most important interfaces in today's world. And we'll end with a look forward. At how we can start using devices together, to create even more exciting experiences. So let's dive right in. And get started with Foundations of UX, Multidevice Design.
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