I’m creating a new word for responsive design. Long overdue! Continue reading
You always want to user test your navigation – it’s one of the most important aspects of your website. Designing a responsive navigation menu is no different. In fact, you want to test a responsive menu even further since there are many different types and users may be unfamiliar with the one you choose for your responsive website. Continue reading
Apologies for the delay. I have accumulated many projects, all of which are not UX related (but still eat up all my spare time, ugh). So, I’ll just have to create a UX project for myself. Continue reading
I’m all about responsive design right now. In fact, I treat responsive design like buying a new car: I read about it, research it, and test drive it. Continue reading
With the changes I made from the paper prototyping phase, I’m now ready to create a high-fidelity prototype. Since this project is relatively small, and the paper prototyping phase had such few changes, I’m going to move into coding the website for my high fidelity prototype. That way, I can test and refine this prototype while coding the website. Continue reading
Since I’ll be using responsive design for the Move Your Tale website, I decided to sketch out wireframes for smartphones first and then wireframes for tablets (the tablet size can also be used for desktop screen sizes).
I learned something right off the bat – even though I am an artist, I apparently cannot draw a straight line. Continue reading
Houston, we have a project!
I knew I needed a project to work on while writing this blog so that I could practice my growing UX skills. Otherwise, what else would I blog about?
I have a couple of web projects floating around right now, but they are either already in the works or they aren’t ready to begin just yet. Not long after Continue reading