for more later. No initial product inventory (no cart, checkout, etc). Users vote via twitter on what shirt they want produced. Should appeal to designers and developers. Simple 3-4 template site initially. Site will be responsive, build mobile-first.
hide and show elements at different sizes? Which things are links? Are the buttons/links large enough for a touch device? How will the navigation respond? How much content do we need to allow for? Will it work in IE?
UP & CAST YOUR VOTE! IMAGE OF LEADING SHIRT WHAT’S THIS ALL ABOUT? SHOW ME ALL THE CANDIDATES The Dress Responsively Clothing Company doesn’t exist. Yet. This website is a product of Sparkbox’s Build Responsively workshop. Dress Responsively was originally built as a mock project to create working ﬁles and content for the workshop’s attendees. But then we got to thinking. What standards-loving, responsively- HAS DROP DOWN MAILTO LINK SCROLL BELOW 334 VOTES #1 IN POLLS Home Page
in mind that we can’t be too exclusive in the humor, at least not without giving subtle explanation. Home About Shirts Contact Dress Responsively clothing co IMAGE OF SHIRT #1 VOTE FOR IT EXPAND HIDDEN 334 VOTES CLICK FOR DETAIL VIEW #1 IN POLLS SHIRT TITLE GOES HERE NEXT SHIRT PREV SHIRT Back to Top REPEAT FOOTER Detail Page
and less on layout. Cuts out a step of designer sketching/designing for mobile first. Dev gets direction on both desktop and smallest mobile widths. Answers some of the questions in handoff. More visual decisions left to designer, less headache for devs. OUR PROCESS
to see more and more versions of wireframes and layouts which cover multiple screen sizes... perhaps due to the project scope, or simply a lack of vision. We recommend getting paid for that. CLIENT DELIVERABLES