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Mobile First by Luke Wroblewski

Mobile First (edition 2011)

by Luke Wroblewski

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Guide to web design optimized for mobile devices, in order to deliver the mobile web experience users want. Argues companies should create websites and applications for mobile devices first, and for desktops/laptop computers second, if at all.
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Every web developer/designer should read this book. ( )
  simonspacecadet | Jul 29, 2018 |
A pretty short book with a high-level view of website design in our time of rapid increase in the use of mobile platforms and rapid evolution, and introduction, of the platforms themselves. Lots of advice and examples with no code. You could get as good an introduction to the topic from Web sources, but then it would take some time to collect the sources and winnow the collection. Worth reading, that is to say, but not exactly 'good'. ( )
  steve.clason | Dec 16, 2012 |
"Mobile First" is a primer on thinking about designing internet sites and applications for consumption and use on mobile (primarily touch-screen) devices. Wroblewski introduces ideas through examples throughout the book, but almost never delves into code.

While I found the examples of good and bad design solid, I found it hard to engage with a book that reviewed the (sometimes obviously) established standards. ( )
  jasonli | Nov 21, 2012 |
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