In today's podcast we take a deep dive into the topic of cross-screen design with Cameron Moll. What is mobile? What about context? Cross-screen design is about user experience, explore it with us.
Oh, the elusiveness of "One Web". And yet, increasingly users treat the web as one experience — add a product to your cart from your phone during the morning commute, and finish the transaction in the afternoon at work from your desktop computer. This presentation will examine what's required to present a consistent, delightful experience to users regardless of where the experience begins, continues, and ends. You'll learn to avoid development mistakes committed by even the most seasoned among us, and you'll see plenty of examples from teams big and small doing it right.
Divya and Jim discuss web tools for the open web, some of the tools that the Adobe Web Platform team has created, and some of the open source projects like HTML5 Please and HTML5 Boilerplate. We end with a brief talk of SVG and some of the SVG tools that Divya's team is working on.
Paul and Jim discuss Google's transition from WebKit to Blink and then discuss why the mobile web is in trouble as well as what we can do to fix it.
This week Jim talks to Josh Clark where we discuss designing for devices that don't have a rectangular slab of glass for touch interaction, un-social devices, and Internet connected refrigerators and so much more.
This week Jim talks to Matthew Snyder and Timo Pietila, of Responsive Ads, to discuss the issues and complexity of responsive ads today.
This week Jim talks to Nick Williams, the developer behind Enquire.js, about Enquire.js, .NET programming, server side UA detection and mobile performance.
This week Jim talks to Jonathan Stark about the direction of mobile, the handedness study, screen-less mobile computers, and device independent content.
This week we talk to David Kaneda about CSS Preprocessors, Node, Sencha Touch and the Delicious redesign.
This week we talk to Brad Frost about Responsive Web Design, project management, being an independent consultant and diamonds!
This week Jim talks to Aaron Gustafson about adaptive web design, the Chattanooga tech scene, and Web Standards Sherpa.
This week we talk to Scott Jenson about the future of mobile, Internet of Things, connected devices, Internet connected toasters and infrastructure policy.
This week we talk to Brett Terpstra about the Engadget Responsive Redesign, mobile ecosystems and more.
This week I talk to Mat Marquis about responsive images, the main and picture element, jQuery Mobile and the Burrito Bomber.
This week we talk to Luke Wroblewski about Polar, Micro mobile interactions, Beer and much more.