- How to organize your content and services for mobile users
- Why you should design for content first, navigation second
- Effective ways to layout navigation menus on mobile screens
- How to choose between multi-device design solutions like responsive design & device experiences
From the reasons why people pull out a mobile device to how we can lay out navigation options on small screens, Luke will detail mobile design thinking and solutions that will help you organize your Web sites and apps. You’ll see how to make your design remain future friendly as Luke shows you what’s coming next.
See what the web is uniquely good at and how to adjust your site’s content accordingly. You’ll explore the best way to place navigational elements, to ensure your design has great clarity and retains your users’ focus on their tasks. Luke will explore new techniques, such as responsive web design, for handling multi-device layout.
At our live conferences, Luke sells out workshops and fills rooms to standing-room only capacity. Here's your chance to have one of the world's foremost experts in mobile design come to your office! It's sure to sell out, so save your team's spot today!
How to organize your content and services for mobile users
Why you should design for content first, navigation second
Effective ways to layout navigation menus on mobile screens
How to choose between multi-device design solutions like responsive design & device experiences
This seminar on mobile design kicks of our 2013 virtual seminar program. Make it the first of 10 great virtual seminars from leading experts from the world of user experience design. Save your team's spot for all ten!
Luke explains what you'll learn in this 90‑second preview…
Where do we start? It's no accident we asked Luke to share his thoughts on mobile design with you. We could tell you he is our go-to guy on forms and mobile design, but that would be a vast understatement. Luke is currently the CEO and Co-Founder of Input Factory Inc., an Internet start-up focused on creating big value from micro mobile interactions. Prior to this, Luke was the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Bagcheck which was acquired by Twitter just nine months after being launched publicly.
Before he was founding start-up companies, Luke was an Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR) at Benchmark Capital, the Chief Design Architect (VP) at Yahoo!, Lead User Interface Designer at eBay, and a Senior Interface Designer at NCSA: the birthplace of the first popular graphical Web browser, NCSA Mosaic.
A frequent presenter at UIE events such as the UI Conference and UX Immersion, Luke receives rave reviews and is always one of the highest rated speakers.You can follow him on his site LukeW.com or at @LukeW