|KSU VCD / inVision Workshop|
|18-19 October 2014|
|Instructor: Aaron Ganci|
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The next phase of responsive design will enables sites to respond to factors other than screen size and orientation. Many other factors could impact the exact interface that someone needs to see. Time of day, location, proximity, and sensorial information like biodata are just a few of these factors. Imagine how precisely we could make an layout if we know just a little more about our users.
In this project, I want you to design a webpage for the fictional “Kent Daily News” publication. Instead of thinking about how the interface needs to just respond to screen size, also consider what other contextual factors could impact the design. Would you see different stories if you’re in a different part of town? Would you see stories about preventing a heart attack if your Apple Watch knows you have high blood pressure? Would you get better weather alerts if you were in the path of a tornado? The possibilities are endless.
At the end of this exercise, you will be able to: