LUKE WROBLEWSKI MOBILE FIRST PDF FREE DOWNLOAD
Jul 12, Ben rated it it was amazing Shelves: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Yes Wroblewsky cites a lot of data about how quickly mobile’s growing, but as he himself points out you don’t need a chapter full of data to tell you that mobile’s growing like mad. Part 2 How to go Mobile , while not wildly technical, focused on the considerations on how to go mobile. I’m not honestly confident that it will make as much sense to someone who just joined the industry as it does those of us who were hand-coding our Geocities sites back in the late s.
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This will kobile be less interesting for most, however Part 1 the first 3 chapters I’d highly recommend. I get used to the photoshop and absolutely love the tool. Also, go ask an old person about the Netscape browser wars.
Mobile First by Luke Wroblewski
If you are already sold on that idea, you can safely skip it. While not entirely what Pdff expected, lukew gives readers a lot to think about when considering a mobile strategy. Really enjoyed some of the high level approach realignments and the foundation of this book is exceptionally solid.
Going in with little experience with mobile UI, this was a great solid read from start to finish. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. If you’re not sure this book is for you, I recommend the e-book version which is a bit cheaper. The gigantic market is often over looked and this approach solves that by focusing on the most concise version your design could have and branching out based on capabilities of the browser you are in.
While it is not an in-depth guide about mobile. While there are no hard and fast answers, there firsr plenty of links to follow up on the topic and For any business or tech-related book I purchase, as wroblewsli as I get one good idea from it, I consider it worth the purchase price.
I came out of this book with a new mental model and one good idea. He considers how to lay out information in a manner suited to mobile, interpret mobile-specific actions touchesand collect input Luke Wroblewsky can write well.
Balancing client wants with audience needs is an old problem and may prove to be a larger challenge than before, as mobile web b Luke Wrobewski presents a strong argument for designing for mobile devices first, as opposed to simply resizing a traditional website to rwoblewski mobile devices’ smaller screens.
I can come up with the code myself, but what I wanted and got was information about the fuzzier side of things. I am disappointed that I don’t like how elementary everything seems. The argument is definately won now, and so the book feels a little dated, but the case the author puts forward is well stated and compelling.
Web developers, web designers and project managers. Other books in the series. I also appreciated that its focus is on the mobile web, not of the design of native applications.
LukeW | Mobile First
Mobile devices’ number is growing really fast and we need to adopt. It came about because, before mobile, we designed everything for the computer desktop, and after mobile, that sucked pretty badly all things considered. Apr 07, Chris McDonnell rated it really liked it Shelves: A short, to-the-point book about the importance of applying a mobile focus to your design. This book was perfect for that task. I have some time to kill and just want a few idle time distractions.
It is just a really great overview of the things you need to pay attention when going mobile. A good overview book about why you should take Mobile into the first stages of your design process. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. I can collect my ideas really quick and just focus on the design. A designer’s first view on mobile plus an introduction to mobile design to non-designers.
A Book Apart 1 – 10 of 28 books. Wroblewski is adept at presenting a balanced, carefully researched position, and extrapolating sensibly around such things as device penetration, capability, and trends around data usage.
Part one focuses on why you should pursue a mobile initiative, some of the constra In June and July, eXtension.