In this video, Diane Cronenwett describes what native apps are and provides examples of native apps in action.
- When thinking about your multi device design project…understanding the underlying technology…is helpful when starting to define your design.…Your project may be built on a specific platform like…iOS, watchOS, tvOS, Apple's native platforms…for phone watch and TV, or Google's Android platforms.…Native applications have design guidelines…for the specific platform they were developed on.…For example: Apple, Google and Windows…all have design guidelines for interaction patterns…and visual design to help unify the experience…and create a consistent and familiar experience…for the user regardless of which app is used…on the respective platforms.…
Knowing if the design is going to be native…will help you as a designer to formulate your design…using the existing platform paradigms.…Google's material design patterns…uses density independent pixels…to define layouts that might be scaled…to various resolutions across devices.…You'll want to take this into account…before starting your design so you can make sure…your design will look the way you want it to…
- Principles for multidevice design
- Responsive design in action
- Designing for multiple devices using native paradigms
- Designing mobile or tablet interfaces
- Designing for a watch, a TV, or for voice
- Creating an information architecture diagram
- Using Sketch to design your mobile experience
- Prototyping with InVision
- Exploring Bootstrap and Foundation
Skill Level Beginner
1. Overview of Multidevice Strategies
2. Multidevice Design Considerations
3. Planning a Multidevice Experience
4. Designing Your Mobile Experience in Sketch
5. Designing for Additional Devices in Sketch
6. Frameworks and Guidelines
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