Establish a practical foundation so your design team can make flexible, adaptive UIs. Design future-friendly experiences based on layout, image, and navigation patterns.
If you haven’t designed for each step in the flow—like an error message—who will? Help front-end developers and others move faster while improving your org’s mobile UX.
Don’t be scared. Understand what’s involved with building responsive interfaces so you can better communicate with your technical team and with business or marketing folks.
Everyone has an opinion. Keeping conversations and design decisions oriented on content needs will keep projects moving forward and teams happier, too.
Create future-friendly interfaces and interactions without reinventing the UX wheel.
Draw on lessons learned from Starbucks, Disney, The Boston Globe, BBC, and TIME.
Talk more confidently by understanding why, when, and how responsive design works.
Take a systematic approach to mobile-first design using progressive enhancement.
Whether you’re new to responsive or a veteran designer, you’ll find endless amounts of practical tidbits in this workshop. And come prepared to take notes, because although you won’t be doing any hands-on exercises, you will be drinking from the responsive-design firehose that is Brad Frost’s brain.
If you’ve ever seen Brad Frost onstage, then you’ll know his passion and enthusiasm for responsive design is matched only by his practical working knowledge for the subject.
But if you haven’t yet seen him, then get ready—he’s a coach, vocal leader, and partial comedian who makes learning fun and functional.
Brad is known for his work in designing responsive sites for huge content sites such as Entertainment Weekly and TechCrunch. He’s also the creator of the super-popular resources This is Responsive, Pattern Lab, and WTFMobileWeb.
So if your team talks about designing mobile-first, content-first, responsively, adaptively, or progressively… well, it’s time to decipher what all of those mean in practice and process alike.
And Brad is the best guide you could hope to have.