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Adobe Shadow spiegelt Webseiten auf eure Mobilgeräte

Die Adobe Labs haben eine ganz nette Anwendung namens Adobe Shadow heraus gebracht, die den Inhalt eures Browsers (= Google’s Chrome) auf euren mobilen Devices darstellt.

Einfach die Anwendung herunter laden (Windows oder Mac), die mobile App (iOS und Android) auf eure Geräte spielen und das Chrome Plugin installieren (und darauf achten, dass man die aktuelle Chrome Version hat, daran hakte es bei mir).
Fertig ist die Laube.

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Lesenswertes vom 12.10.2011 – The Case against Responsive Web Design

Nachdem ich viel Positives über Responsive Web Design gepostet habe ([1], [2], [3]), hier ein paar kritische Stimmen zu dem Thema:

  • 11 Reasons why responsive web design isn’t that cool! | WebDesignShock
    "Every proposal must have some weak points and this, as a “new one”, shouldn’t be considered the solution to the world’s problems. In the heat of the moment, not many people stop and think about the downside, the mistakes and the compatibility issues this proposal may have; and this is actually very normal. In the end, we’re just starting to know how this thing works, right?"
  • CSS Media Query for Mobile is Fool’s Gold | Cloud Four
    "Unfortunately, CSS media query is fool’s gold for mobile devices. It hides tough problems and gives developers a false promise of a simple solution for designing to multiple screens."
  • Responsive Web Design or Separate Mobile Site? Eh. It Depends. | Global Moxie
    "In the mobile world, we have the persistent and circular debate over whether the mobile web should be powered by the very same sites and webpages that render the desktop web. Savvy CSS media queries, beautifully explained as “responsive web design” by Ethan Marcotte, can transform any webpage into device-specific layouts tailored for any device. But should they? Strong opinions sally forth."
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Lesenswertes vom 27.06.2010 – Psychologie & (Web) Design

  • Psychological Study of Web Designs | Abduzeedo
    "A website is the window to the soul of an Internet business as well as the people behind it. It may have a positive or may be a negative effect on your end result. If you take the time to think about what your visitors want and how they want to get it, then you’re already on the right track to creating a site that will tap into the psychological drives of your target audience."
  • The Psychology of Web Design | Webdesigner Depot
    "Designers often don’t take the time they should to learn about how basic psychological principles can effect the experience their visitors have on the sites they build."

(via delicious.com)