Designing in the browser – Divya Manian

Designing in the browser - Divya Manian - Front-Trends 2012
Each website is a product used daily by people to take actions, not just read the content on it. Your product is amorphous, it takes the shape of whatever container it fills: a mobile browser, a touch enabled desktop browser, or a 30" iMac that is connected to the Internet via tethering. PhotoShop is just one of the means to an end in this new age of utilitarian web sites. The new technologies available in HTML5 already allow you to create prototypes quickly in the browser. Learn how to create a prototype from start to finish using these new technologies while taking advantage of quick prototyping tools.

Designing in the browser – Divya Manian - Front-Trends 2012

Each website is a product used daily by people to take actions, not just read the content on it. Your product is amorphous, it takes the shape of whatever container it fills: a mobile browser, a touch enabled desktop browser, or a 30″ iMac that is connected to the Internet via tethering. PhotoShop is just one of the means to an end in this new age of utilitarian web sites. The new technologies available in HTML5 already allow you to create prototypes quickly in the browser. Learn how to create a prototype from start to finish using these new technologies while taking advantage of quick prototyping tools.
  • http://twitter.com/jpdevries jpdevries

    There is no such thing as a 30″ iMac.

    • http://twitter.com/AllThingsSmitty Matt Smith

      Not yet, but that’s the general concept, to be prepared for the next big thing.

  • http://twitter.com/AllThingsSmitty Matt Smith

    Love the topic. It would be helpful if there was a split screen so i could see the presentation that Divya was referencing.

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