Frameless The Future of Wireframes - Articles - MIX Online As we move into the next decade of web design, it's time for us to reevaluate our understanding of wireframes—a tried and tested user experience staple Riddle me this: How do you piss of a UX professional? The answer: Call him a “designer”. These days, user experience professionals look down on the word “designer” because it implies that their primary role is to paint pretty pixels. UX is more than that, they clarify. Just how much? Holy guacamole, Batman! But wait! It’s time we end this madness! Convergence in the Simulacrum IA, content strategy and visual design are quickly converging on the Web. In 1999, Jakob Nielsen wrote an article that was undeniably ahead of its time: Differences between Print Design & Web Design. Print design is 2-dimensional while web design is 1-dimensional and n-dimensional simultaneously. Fast-forward to 2010 and it’s pretty easy to see how these differences have diminished drastically—or even disappeared. The Problem with Wireframes Today Bottom line? p.s.
Skeleton: Beautiful Boilerplate for Responsive, Mobile-Friendly Development Mobile-First Responsive Web Design What Is Mobile-First Responsive Web Design? Mobile-First Responsive Web Design is a combination of philosophies/strategies, and ultimately boils down to a broader application of good ol’ web best practices. As the digital landscape gets increasingly complex, we need to design experiences that work across the entire spectrum of digital devices. Sounds like fun, right? Mobile First Mobile First Mobile First is a philosophy created by Luke Wroblewski that highlights the need to prioritize the mobile context when creating user experiences. Responsive Web Design Responsive Web Design is a term coined by Ethan Marcotte that articulates how to adapt a website’s layout for multiple screen resolutions. Progressive Enhancement Ultimately, mobile-first responsive web design comes down to using Progressive Enhancement as a foundation for web strategy and design. Why Mobile-First RWD Works The interactive landscape is increasingly complex. Where It Can Be Applied Structure Content First Content.
Beautiful web-based timeline software Design Your Own Android Apps Without Programming Skills » Web Design » SitePoint Blogs This article was written in 2010 and remains one of our most popular posts. If you’re keen to learn more about Android development, you may find this recent article on free web development apps of great interest. If you like the idea of creating your own App but don’t have any coding skills, you may be very interested to hear about Google’s new offering. The App Inventor (with the obligatory BETA in the title) is a new tool which allows non-programmers to build fully working applications for Android. Google announced the availability of the App Inventor on its blog earlier this week. To use App Inventor, you do not need to be a developer. Google has been working on the tool for over a year and it has been tested in schools and colleges. Here’s a 60-second video (with jazzy, xylophone background music) showing how a simple app can be created using the App Inventor. You can learn more about the App Inventor and see tutorials and sample apps here.
Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEO Cindy Cutts, my wife and best friend, passed away earlier this week. While I was traveling for work recently, Cindy went to visit her family in Omaha, Nebraska. On Sunday, while enjoying time with family, Cindy started having trouble breathing. Her family quickly called 911 and paramedics took Cindy to the hospital, but Cindy lost and never regained consciousness. She passed away on Monday. Cindy didn’t want any callouts on my blog, so I always just referred to her as my wife. Cindy enjoyed falling asleep to Parks and Rec. Cindy and I knew each other for 23 years and we were married for 18 years, which is no small thing. If anyone wants to send flowers, the service is at Heafey-Hoffmann-Dworak-Cutler at 7805 W Center Rd in Omaha on Saturday, March 10th, starting at 3pm. For the people who didn’t get to meet her, Cindy looked like a movie star: She loved hanging with her family, like her sister and niece and nephew: She had the best smile and amazing green eyes:
Blog The State of In-Car UX We are surrounded by bad design. You witness it when you’re taking cash out of an ATM. Written by Geoff Teehan on April 9,2014 in Design iOS 7 GUI templates will ship inside of Sketch 3 I'm really excited today to share the news that our iOS 7 GUI template is going to ship natively in Sketch 3 (Sketch 2 shown above). Written by Geoff Teehan on March 31,2014 in Design, News Zen and the Art of Insight Generation It’s not even really up for debate. Written by Kyra Aylsworth on February 25,2014 in How We Work, Strategy Don’t go chasing waterfalls Waterfall. Written by Keely Nugent on February 10,2014 in How We Work Krush iOS Architecture At Teehan+Lax, we’ve been working on a project called Krush for several months now. Written by Ash Furrow on February 4,2014 in Development, How We Work Developing Design Oftentimes, the word “design” is seen as being synonymous with “appearance.” Written by Leigh Farrell on January 22,2014 in Design, Development, How We Work Developers.
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