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Topic: Mobile Web Design

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Hagan Rivers

Elephant in a Teapot: Enterprise Apps on Small Screens

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Hagan Rivers

What You’ll Learn

  • Understand the value of a library of design patterns that will help you take large components like tables, searching, filtering, and forms to smaller spaces
  • Get patterns in your design process that can help you develop and refine your ideas
  • Learn how to apply an understanding of user tasks and behaviors to your application designs
  • Discover where small screens surface what is most important, while larger ones define a workspace
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Theresa Neil

Rethinking Mobile Tutorials

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Theresa Neil

What You’ll Learn

  • How to use five simple principles to build effective tutorials
  • Why sexy designs and feature-driven bells and whistles leave your users feeling unsatisfied and underserved
  • Why it’s futile to tack on a tutorial after the fact, and how to use terminology and statistics to sell stakeholders on effective designs right from the start
  • How to use “first time through” experiences to drive the overall voice and style of your app
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Jared Spool

How Do We Design Designers?

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Jared Spool

What You’ll Learn

  • Why design students coming out of school don't know about responsive design or creating mobile apps
  • What's causing our self-taught hackers and C.S. grads having a tough time keeping up with the pace of technology innovation
  • Why our tendency to focus on skills alone isn’t sustainable
  • How we can start investing in the ways we create designers and fuel their growth
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Karen McGrane

Content in a Zombie Apocalypse

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Karen McGrane

What You’ll Learn

  • Accommodate a growing number of mobile-only audiences—and how data shows how they behave
  • Fight the "every mobile user is like me" assumption that plagues mobile design
  • Make content accessible, navigable, and publish-able across multiple devices
  • Create a mobile content strategy that works for the people in your organization—and your users, too
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Luke Wroblewski

Organizing Mobile Web Experiences

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Luke Wroblewski

What You’ll Learn

  • 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