immobilized: how the push for Mobile First confounds user-centered design

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December 31, 2012

immobilized: how the push for Mobile First confounds user-centered design

on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, Robert Fitzgibbon and lou suSi led an AIGA Boston UX Roundtable session at Mobiquity to critically discuss hawt and trendy topics in design — we guided the roundtable conversation by asking a series of questions, emphasizing certain recent scrutiny we have for Luke Wrobelewski's Mobile First methodologies — here we have the PDF artifactual remains from the evening's discourse, for those that might be interested in taking a peak

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December 31, 2012
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  11. storyąrst. L I F E D E S I G

    N P H I L O S O P H Y
  12. WHY is everyone SO ENAMORED by the mantra MOBILE FIRST

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  14. WHAT OTHER METHODOLOGIES and PRACTICES can we ADD to the

    MIX ? to provide a DEEPER TOOLSET for user-centered design teams
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  16. WHEN does ONE METHOD WORK BEST ?

  17. WHEN does ONE METHOD WORK BEST ? does it make

    BETTER SENSE WHEN IMPROVISE just TO ?
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  19. RESPONSIVE ?

  20. WHAT OTHER FILTERS can help EXPERIENCE DESIGN DRIVE, INFORM, and

    CONTEXTUALIZE BETTER ?
  21. DO YOU DESIGN for ? BLUE SKY

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  23. THANK YOU