What happens when people use a smartphone to connect with your website or application? Are they delighted or frustrated? With more than a million touch-screen phones shipping every day, it’s vital that you design your site to appeal to the mobile crowd. In this video workshop, Luke Wroblewski shows you design best practices that include the organization, actions, inputs, and layout necessary to deliver a satisfying experience to people with modern mobile devices.
Through numerous examples, you’ll learn how to::
That’s just a sample of what you’ll learn with this video. Armed with these design best practices and principles, you can make sure people have a great mobile web experience whenever they visit your site.
Table of contents
- Why Care about Mobile?
- Why Care About Mobile Web Experiences
- Mobile Capabilities
- Mobile Constraints
- Aligning with Mobile Behaviors
- Navigation Elements
- Designing for Touch Targets
- Designing with Touch Gestures
- Cover Hovers
- Embrace Mobile Input
- Mobile Form Structures
- Designing for Different Devices
- Viewports and Pixels
- Title: Luke Wroblewski on Designing for Mobile First
- Release date: August 2011
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 0636920020783
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