I recently spoke at WordCamp Montreal 2012 on responsive design for WordPress. If you missed it, you can catch my presentation on YouTube, or check out my slides.
This is the second part of a two-part series on designing for mobile.
Continue reading “The future is mobile: Part II”
Last weekend I gave a presentation at WordCamp Montreal 2011 on developing for the mobile Web. The talk covered some easy online tools, and WordPress-specific themes and plugins that require no coding. Then I offered my own solution.
Designing for mobile can be tough because you are designing for so many different devices, screen sizes, screen resolutions, operating devices, and functionality sets. Your design needs to be really flexible in order to work on the majority of mobile devices.
And it needs to be attractive. Most of the mobile web is not especially functional, and what is functional is a bit plain vanilla. It’s quite easy at this point to build a standout site, if you put in the effort. Continue reading “The future is mobile – Part I”