Designing for the Unexpected

302021751.png

Updated: July 18, 2024

I’m not sure when I first heard this quote, but it’s something that has stayed with me over the years. How do you create services for situations you can’t imagine? Or design products that work on devices yet to be invented?

Flash, Photoshop, and responsive design

When I first started designing websites, my go-to software was Photoshop. I created a 960px canvas and set about creating a layout that I would later drop content in. The development phase was about attaining pixel-perfect accuracy using fixed widths, fixed heights, and absolute positioning.

Ethan Marcotte’s talk at An Event Apart and subsequent articleResponsive Web Design” in A List Apart in 2010 changed all this. I was sold on responsive design as soon as I heard about it, but I was also terrified. The pixel-perfect designs full of magic numbers that I had previously prided myself on producing were no longer good enough.

The fear wasn’t helped

Recommended Story For You :

GET YOUR VINCHECKUP REPORT

The Future Of Marketing Is Here

Images Aren’t Good Enough For Your Audience Today!

Last copies left! Hurry up!

GET THIS WORLD CLASS FOREX SYSTEM WITH AMAZING 40+ RECOVERY FACTOR

Browse FREE CALENDARS AND PLANNERS

Creates Beautiful & Amazing Graphics In MINUTES

Uninstall any Unwanted Program out of the Box

Did you know that you can try our Forex Robots for free?

Stop Paying For Advertising And Start Selling It!

Geef een reactie

Het e-mailadres wordt niet gepubliceerd. Vereiste velden zijn gemarkeerd met *