When an agency suggests investing in Discovery for your web project, you may be thinking, "What's the point?". But Discovery is a critical step toward paving your project's success. Here are seven reasons why!
With new design techniques becoming commonplace, we're seeing a lot of exciting changes to the traditional design process. Here's a look at how we went about adapting our workflow to incorporate more prototyping, better design conversation, and new types of deliverables.
With over a bajillion sessions at SXSW 2013 to choose from, I've narrowed them down into a shortlist of ones I think look interesting and hope to catch.
Over the last few years we've helped a lot of organizations integrate
mobile into their web strategy. Most of the people we talk to realize
that they need a better way of serving content to their mobile audience,
but aren't sure about how to get there.
Think of accessibility not as a feature, but as an objective. If you
think the purpose of web accessibility is to reach a miniscule number of
impaired or disabled users, I’ve got news for you, it's a lot more. When accessibility is your objective, you're reaching for the future.
It seems like everywhere you turn there’s a new post
about responsive design. You might even feel like it’s getting played
out. Do we really need another post on this topic?
The answer is emphatically, “yes”. We need a lot
more of them.
People often ask about what the current standard width for websites
is these days. But rules of thumb like this no longer apply, and perhaps
they never did.
that you are not your website user seems like common sense. But being
able to set aside your own preferences and think about things from your
audience’s perspective is more challenging than it sounds.
You know your business inside and out. You know your audience. You’ve even studied what everyone else in the industry is doing.
But before jumping in and starting to build, investing in a detailed plan in essential.
As the number and range of internet enabled devices
on the market continues to grow, designing fixed dimension websites just
doesn’t seem to make sense anymore.
If you really want to communicate with your audience you need to have
a more adaptable website.