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86 Overcoming Price Objection2014-04-14 19:23:10
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87 Saying Nope to Spec Work2014-03-28 23:03:12
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88 How to Develop a Branding Guide2014-03-21 20:37:40
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89 Design Contract Lifesavers2014-02-25 00:50:01
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90 When Good Designs Go Bad2014-02-10 02:34:02
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91 What’s in it For Me?2014-01-28 01:00:54
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92 Designer Deductions2014-01-13 18:50:51
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93 The Year End Wrap-Up2013-12-23 08:00:46
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94 The Designer’s Holiday Gift Guide 20132013-12-09 16:45:57
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95 DesignCast 50: Giving Thanks & Answering Your Questions2013-11-25 08:00:23
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96 Mobile Web Design Tips & Trends2013-11-11 20:09:37
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Mobile Web Design Tips & Trends

In this episode, we were lucky enough to have Patrick McNeil, the author of The Mobile Web Designer’s Idea Book sit down with Wes for a chat about the latest trends in the ever evolving world of mobile web design. We go over the basics of mobile web design methodologies and frameworks, and we discuss the current state of mobile, and why it’s only getting more and more important going forward. We then talk about some of the more popular trends that are emerging in regards to mobile, as well as some important usability concerns that you would want to address in the design process. Want to win a free signed copy of The Mobile Web Designer’s Idea Book? We are giving away 4 free copies! Just leave a comment below by Monday, Nov. 18th to be entered to win. This contest is now closed. Congrats to our 4 winners! As always, we answer two new listener questions about client holiday gifts, and how to avoid being asked to do valuable web design work at a minimum wage job. Here are some screenshots from the book, highlighting a few different styles we address in the interview: Superclean Style Minimal Style Flax Pixels Style Atypical Navigation Style Image credits: The above images are from The Mobile Web Designer’s Idea Book by Patrick McNeil. ©2013, HOW Publishing. All rights reserved. Show Links: OvernightPrints Use promo code DGDESIGNCAST for deep savings on any order. The post Mobile Web Design Tips & Trends appeared first on The Deep End Design. …read more

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