Join Drew Bridewell for an in-depth discussion in this video Responsive web techniques: Creating box studies , part of Practical UX Weekly.
- When designing a responsive web page,…it can be tempting to spend countless hours…getting the designs pixel perfect…before you hand those designs to engineering.…It can be shocking to find out that…a few of your choices are going to add another…three to four weeks of total developer time.…You may or may not have experienced this,…but today I'm going to show you…how to use box studies.…Box studies help you avoid these…types of problems by giving you a way…to communicate your designs with…engineering throughout the process.…I'd like to show you how we use box studies…at LinkedIn when creating a responsive web page.…
Here's an example of a box study we currently…have on the Course page on lynda.com.…We have our content supports,…like video transcripts or exercise files…or recommendations or the table of contents.…You can see that this is low fidelity…but helps with the structure of the page…from breakpoint to breakpoint…from feature to feature.…The goal of a box study is to help you choose…and identify which features will live where.…
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