🚀 Applied product thinking into my web development process.
- Design the content — think about how to tell your story.
I printed out my case studies on whiteboard and experimented with various structure to communicate clear & in-depth stories. The logic I used includes: problem-solution-benefit; what-so what-now what; what-how-why.
2. Responsive layouts: created multi-layout based on device screen sizes, added animation to the page with CSS and launchpad animation tools.
When building a page, I started with laptop layout, then went two sizes up to DesktopHD layout, two sizes down to Mobile layout.
3. Take feedback.
After launching the first version of my website, I posted it to various designer groups to collecting feedback. Since people are visiting the website from multi-devices, it also has been a great way to debug.
4. Act on data and come up with iteration plans.
I applied google analytics tool to understand who are my visitors and to study their behavior on my website. I identified one challenge was to navigate between projects. So my next step is to improve the navigation system, to really provide immersive browsing experience to users.
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