Skip to Content
We have a new look! Have thoughts or questions? Tell us what you think.

Watch, listen & learn from the world’s best UX experts.

Topic: Responsive Web Design

Headshot of Jenn Lukas
Jenn Lukas

Let’s Talk About Responsive Images and Performance

Headshot of Jenn Lukas
Jenn Lukas

What You’ll Learn

  • The role of performance and image size, and strategies to deal with them
  • How to approach art direction across screen sizes from content, design, and technological angles
  • Image formats—like SVG and WebM—to get the best performing image for each scenario
  • How to deliver assets and code samples for implementation on the web
Headshot of Tim Brown
Tim Brown

The Transformative Power of Typography and Graphic Design

Headshot of Tim Brown
Tim Brown

What You’ll Learn

  • How to bake high-level typography and graphic design concepts into our work
  • Why typography can help us understand responsive design and where in history we can find inspiration and guidance
  • Which rules and when using them can prepare web compositions for various scenarios
  • Why it’s important to practice graphic and typographic design
Headshot of Luke Wroblewski
Luke Wroblewski

Screen Time: Multi-Device Design

Headshot of Luke Wroblewski
Luke Wroblewski

What You’ll Learn

  • Why understanding screens—their sizes, input types, and modes of use—is necessary before designing for them
  • Why awareness of big picture trends—like high resolution and widescreen—is important to content quality and layout
  • How to manage thorny issues like “the fold” using vertical media queries
  • How to account for multiple input types like mouse cursor, keyboard, and touch
  • How to take into account different user postures, viewing distances, and environments in your designs
Headshot of Jared Spool
Jared Spool

How Do We Design Designers?

Headshot of Jared Spool
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
Headshot of Luke Wroblewski
Luke Wroblewski

Organizing Mobile Web Experiences

Headshot of Luke Wroblewski
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