Posts Tagged ‘lukew’

  1. 15 Mar, 2017

    Messaging Hell

    This graphic from xkcd is brilliant (as is always the case). “Every mobile app attempts to expand until it includes chat.” Luke Wroblewski Luke wrote that in 2013 and it certainly continues to ring true today. The explosion of applications […]

  2. 30 May, 2015

    Video: Multi-Device Output, Input, and Posture

    Really handy tips from Luke about multi-device trends and designing for a whole slew of screens.

  3. 04 May, 2015

    Revisiting the Priority+ Pattern

    In his article Obvious Always Wins, Luke Wroblewski warns of the dangers of sweeping links and actions under the rug. It’s challenging to find the room to expose important actions on constrained mobile screen sizes, but it’s necessary for designers to do so. A while back, […]

  4. 27 Oct, 2014

    Floating Action Buttons Considerations

    Luke Wroblewski walked through some critical considerations for designing for large screen smartphones. One major consideration is the reachability of the navigation. He discusses a few considerations and emerging navigation patterns, including the floating action buttons pattern. We used the […]

  5. 14 Apr, 2014

    Single-Field Credit Card Input Pattern

    Forms suck. And they especially suck on mobile devices. Luke Wroblewski has been talking for a long while now about how input masks make form entry a lot less painful for people. He recently highlighted Square Wallet‘s clever single-field credit […]

  6. 22 Oct, 2013

    Atomic Design

    Luke Wroblewski wrote up some notes about my atomic design talk at Breaking Development Conference.

  7. 13 Aug, 2012

    The Many Faces of ‘Mobile First’

    We see the phrase ‘mobile first’ everywhere. Luke Wroblewski definitely struck a nerve when he coined the phrase a few years ago and created an important battle cry as we head into this multi-screen future. Luke’s definition of mobile first […]