Join Brian Thurston Bralczyk for an in-depth discussion in this video Flexible architecture and design, part of Foundations of UX: Multidevice Design.
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…In order to deliver the same content and functionality across screen sizes and…platforms, your information architecture and…design will need to change from one device to another.…What works on a desktop web app is not going to…work on the small screen real estate of a mobile device.…And, you may need to adjust for the tablet size, as well.…The same holds true going the other direction.…Mobile design paradigms shouldn't be carried over to larger laptop or…desktop screens.…You need to optimize your hierarchy and…navigation to take advantage of each different device.…
Your information architecture, which is the entire organization of an app,…may need to change for different devices.…This includes how users navigate from one screen to another, and…also how each page is organized to optimize the user's experience.…To illustrate this, we'll look at Expedia.…This time, let's start with the mobile app.…The organization of the screen is essentially divided up into large buttons.…To move forward, the user navigates out to another area of the app.…
- What is multidevice design?
- Creating responsive web apps vs. native apps
- Deciding which screen sizes to support
- Delivering content across devices
- Personalizing content
- Designing for touch
- Using animation on touch devices
- Planning your user flow across devices