- Shift your thinking to architect adaptive experiences right away
- Design to take advantage of what’s possible on today’s mobile platforms
- Consider alternative ways to interact with UI components you design
It seems like new browsers and devices are invented every day. This reality leaves us with a couple paths: ignore them but fall behind, or face ‘em head- on.
The problem is, trying to stay on top of these innovations can feel a bit like battling Sauron’s army. (And for those who don’t get the movie quip: very, very daunting.)
Fortunately, progressive enhancement is the way forward for web design—especially on mobile devices. By starting simple and building up, we can craft amazing experiences that work regardless of the capabilities or deficiencies of a given device.
And Aaron Gustafson is just the man to describe how proven techniques like mobile first, responsive design, and adaptive UI can fit into your process while expanding your skill set.
Shift your thinking to architect adaptive experiences right away
Design to take advantage of what’s possible on today’s mobile platforms
Consider alternative ways to interact with UI components you design
Aaron is the tech lead responsible for all the front- and back-end development and UX design for his agency, Easy Designs. Aaron’s expertise in the full lifecycle of a project is evidenced by his process- driven teachings in Adaptive Web Design, a book he authored and published on his own label, Easy Readers.
Aaron explains what you'll learn in this 90‑second preview…
Even if you’ve already read Aaron Gustafson’s book, Adaptive Web Design, you’re still going to learn more than you thought possible in a single seminar.
Why? Because Aaron isn’t just an authority on building crossplatform experiences he’s a natural instructor who focuses on practical techniques you can start using now.
It's why you’ll love learning from him.
As the group manager for WaSP and man behind Web Standards Sherpa, Aaron works passionately and tirelessly to advance web standards across our industry. He also runs the web consultancy Easy Designs, has authored a slew of articles for .net Magazine and A List Apart, and frequently mentors teams at organizations such as Blue Cross Blue Shield and SAS.