Design for Mobile

Design for Mobile

Video Training

What happens when people use a smartphone to connect with your website or application? Are they delighted or frustrated? With more than a million touch-screen phones shipping every day, it’s vital that you design your site to appeal to the mobile crowd. This Learning Path will teach you how.

Below are the video training courses included in this Learning Path.


Designing for Mobile First

Presented by Luke Wroblewski 3 hours 19 minutes

In this course, you’ll learn design best practices that include the organization, actions, inputs, and layout necessary to deliver a satisfying experience to people with modern mobile devices. Get a solid foundation in designing for small screens, touch interactions, layouts for multiple devices, and other techniques to give your users a great experience on your site.


Designing and Prototyping with Sketch

Presented by Joshua Mauldin 1 hour 43 minutes

Learn to use Sketch and other popular tools for prototyping, including how to organize your design with pages and art boards, reduce repetition with symbols and styles, and design your own icons with paths. At the conclusion of this course, you’ll know how to create your own prototypes with Sketch.


Rapid Prototyping with Framer

Presented by Kenny Chen 5 hours

You’ll start this course by exploring the Framer interface and learning about CoffeeScript for Framer. You’ll practice working with position and size layers, and importing designs from Sketch and Photoshop. You will also learn about animation and everything else required to create interactive prototypes.


Beginners Guide to Building Mobile Web Apps

Presented by Chris Minnick and Eva Holland 2 hours 47 minutes

Get ready to create your first mobile web app. Start by learning about the three types of mobile apps, then jump into the design process. Throughout the course, you’ll work on designing, developing, and deploying a mobile ToDo list. Finally, you’ll learn mobile optimization techniques, and then how to deploy your app and upload it to the web.