"Mobile first" was first presented to the design community in 2009 and rapidly took off. Designing with mobile in mind forces you to keep what matters and remove the fluff, creating cleaner and simpler designs.
- [Presenter] The most recommended approach…to responsive design or even adaptive design,…is to take a Mobile First approach…based on Luke Wroblewski's book,…which you can pick up here at A Book Apart.…Mobile First is the concept that it's best…to start with the smallest screen because…it's the most difficult to design for.…It focuses you on what really matters…in a way in which you can take apart your content…and really focus on the message you want…to drive home to the user.…In some cases you may even want device specific content.…
Say, for example, you have a winery as a client…and they want a whole wine tour experience…that they want to create to be really immersive…with full audio, with headphones, and the whole lot of it…that would really be a better experience…on desktop, versus mobile.…So there may be some cases where you need to…set up the experience just for desktop,…whereas the other half of that experience…could be what's really more important to the user…when they're at the actual winery or trying to get there,…
- Using widgets
- Setting up interactions
- Building an adaptive page
- Styling pages and widgets
- Creating forms
- Adding text fields, dropdowns, and check boxes
- Hiding and showing menus
- Creating carousels
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Axure Quick Start
2. Adaptive vs. Responsive Design
3. Style Your Pages
5. Adding Interactivity
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