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For a Future-Friendly Web (WebVisions Chicago 2012)

Our digital landscape includes desktops, laptops, smartphones, featurephones, tablets, e-readers, netbooks and more. But this is just the beginning.

As the digital landscape continues to become even more complex, it's essential for us to start thinking beyond the desktop and embrace the unpredictability of the future. There's no such thing as future-proof, but there are things we can do in order to better prepare ourselves for the era of ubiquitous connectivity. We need to start thinking and acting differently in order to create meaningful web experiences that continue to be relevant well beyond the scope of the initial projects.
This session will cover:
A better understanding of future friendly principles
Tips for better supporting today's device landscape while being better prepared for tomorrow's
How to apply future friendly thinking in your current web projects

For a Future-Friendly Web (WebVisions Chicago 2012)

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