Future of Web Design Sketchnotes


At the moment this page is a little empty. That’s because we haven’t got any Future of Web Design sketchnotes yet, but hang tight and we’ll have some live soon…

If you want to watch Eva-Lotta and Sam do their thing live, then head to http://ubel.ly/ubellysketch

Day One

Aaron Walter – Transforming Your Ideas into Interface

Mike Kus – Designing for Humans

Rachel Andrew – 10 Development Concepts a Designer Should Know

Robin Christopherson – Accessibility and Inclusive Design – What’s Hot and What’s Not

Daniel Rhatigan – Web Fonts: Type Choice and Type Use

Sarah Parmenter – Slide to Unlock

Dan Rubin – The New Language of Web Design

Dan James – Open Business

Aral Balkan – Making the New Everyday Things

Day Two

Ethan Marcotte – Responsive Web Design

Paul Boag – Getting Down To Business: How To Be Successful With Web Design

Josh Clark – Buttons are a Hack: The New Rules of Designing for Touch

Bruce Lawson – Web Anywhere: Mobile Optimisation with HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript

Martin Beeby – IE9: The Story So Far

Elliot Jay Stocks – With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

Sarah B Nelson – Bullet Proof Communication Techniques: A UX Strategist’s Guide

Josh Clark – Cage Match: Mobile Web vs. Native App

Published by Luke

Luke is one of Ubelly’s resident social media guys, occasionally switching hats for a bit of design. He is the in-house meme expert, uses foursquare a little too much and gets hot under the collar when it comes to design, usability and gorgeous code.

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