As you learn new design skills and improve existing designs skills throughout your career, your workflow will also evolve. Here are five ways that will help you ensure that your workflow is not only evolving, but also efficient.
Adomas TautkusLead Product Designer
Adomas is the one that makes us all look good and not because he fixes our double-chins with Photoshop. Owner of crazy head of hair, Creative Director of Devbridge, Adomas uses ancient hidden magnetic fields to shape meaningless pixels into works of digital art on the web, print, and video.
Coming from a marketing background, Adomas works with our customers to design brands, illustrations, and interactive experiences that make each project special and unique. Adomas is also best at trying to make people laugh… and failing.
If you're not busy being born, you're busy dying.
The pinch and the zoom. This action with our thumb and index fingers can be all-too-familiar if you've ever opened a website on your smart phone or tablet that was not optimized for mobile. The accidental tap. It can be both frustrating and reminiscent of an unpleasant game of hide and seek. According to a 2013 study by eMarketer, roughly 40% of Internet users access it through a mobile device, and it has been shown that Responsive Design websites retain visitors for longer periods of time and provide sustainable content strategies in the long run.
Whether you’re updating an old site or launching a new one you will have to make a decision about responsive design. It’s no secret that more and more people are accessing the web with smart phones, tablets and TV’s.