Vitaly Friedman (DE)
Smashing Magazine, Writer, speaker, author and editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine
Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily. Vitaly is writer, speaker, author and editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine. Smashing Media is one of world's leading online publishing companies in the field of Web design and Web development.
He runs responsive Web design workshops and loves solving complex problems in large companies.
[13:45] Workshop: Responsive Web Design (UX Perspective): Clever Tips and Tricks
In this workshop, Vitaly Friedman (editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine), will present practical UX techniques, clever tricks and useful strategies one needs to be aware of when working on any responsive design project. Most techniques are borrowed from mid-size and large-scale real-life projects, such as large eCommerce projects, magazines and Web applications.
The workshop will provide you with:
• Effective tools and techniques that can support and enhance your personal workflow when working on any responsive design project,
• An overview of clever practical techniques for improving UX as well as performance of responsive sites,
• Responsive Design Patterns and innovative approaches to designing "responsive modules" such as tables, calendars, multi-level menus, maps and Web forms,
• How to optimize responsive websites for better mobile UX, offline UX and print,
• How the design processes should adapt in terms of the project management, deliverables, performance budgets, team organisation and strategy.
This workshop is intended for professional designers, developers and everybody else who is dealing with responsive design regularly or wants to better understand responsive design in general.
[17:00] Responsive Web Design: Clever Tips and Techniques
Responsive Web design challenges Web designers to adapt a new mindset to their design processes as well as techniques they are using in design and code. This talk provides an overview of various practical techniques, tips and tricks that you might want to be aware of when working on a new responsive design project.