Ethan Marcotte chats with Louis Simoneau about responsive web design and the Boston Globe’s new responsive site.
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Episode 111 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week Louis Simoneau (@rssaddict) talks with Jeremy Keith (@adactio), a UK-based web designer and author of several books on web design. We talk about responsive web design, and how Jeremy feels it’s making now an exciting time to be a web designer.
Episode 105 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week Louis Simoneau (@rssaddict) chats with Max Wheeler (@makenosound) and Myles Eftos (@madpilot) about the state of the mobile web. We talk about responsive web design, native apps vs. mobile web apps, PhoneGap, and the changing mobile landscape.
Episode 101 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week Louis Simoneau (@rssaddict) chats with Peter Williams (@rexster) about starting, running, and expanding a web design business.
The core of sustainability efforts is behavior change, understanding patterns of behavior and developing models for motivating sustainable behavior change. This approach assumes a rational response from the consumer. However, most decisions are irrational. This panel will examine how to motivate people to make sustainable changes by appealing to their emotions instead. This panel is sponsored by frog design.
Peter Whybrow, UCLA Semel Institute
Robert Fabricant, Frog Design Inc
Jeffrey Bardzell, Indiana University
Jen van der Meer, Drillteam
As Richard Farson’s truism “no one smokes in church no matter how addicted” points out, context informs almost everything that happens in an environment. Online social experiences are no exception.
How a product’s social model is set up can impact not only who contributes, but how much, and why. From permission-based subscriptions to one-click follows, Luke will discuss the attributes and implications of several popular social models by looking at data and behavior in the Web’s most popular social applications.
Make It So explores how science fiction and interface design relate to each other. The authors have developed a model that traces lines of influence between the two, and use this as a scaffold to investigate how the depiction of technologies evolve over time, how fictional interfaces influence those in the real world, and what lessons interface designers can learn through this process. This investigation of science fiction television shows and movies has yielded practical lessons that apply to online, social, mobile, and other media interfaces.
Nathan Shedroff is the chair of the ground-breaking MBA in Design Strategy at California College of the Arts (CCA) in San Francisco, CA. This program melds the unique principles that design offers business strategy with a vision of the future of business as sustainable, meaningful, and truly innovative — as well as profitable.
Chris Noessel is an interaction designer and self-described “nomothete” (ask him directly about that one.) In his day job as a consultant with Cooper, he designs products, services, and strategy for a variety of domains, including health, financial, and software.