Practical Tips for IA with RWD
Sure, someone tells your boss to say "Mobile First" but what are the ACTUAL deliverables to the client from an information architecture standpoint? And how can you guide clients to prepare RWD content? This presentation will answer just that with real world examples. Grundy will go through her practical process of planning a responsive site - including client relations, identifying content priorities, wire framing ("mobile first"), demonstrating tools she frequently uses, client content worksheets, and how this process has evolved. This presentation will focus on examples of content requirements, client deliverables and IA workflow, not the theory of why RWD is awesome.
Information Architect, Duke University
With an adventurous spirit and a background in public relations and web design, Julie Grundy now finds herself planning information architecture and UX for Duke Web Services (Duke University's in-house web agency). Previously at Providence College and the Univ. of Georgia, Grundy continues to enjoy the balance between innovation and legacy systems that are innate to HE Web.