02/29/2012 06:48:28 PM EST
Sheff October 7th, 2011 2:53 am Great atrcile. I came to a similar conclusion that approaching mobile first is a great way to focus your efforts on the key functions of your site. Also I found its a good way to get stakeholders engage with trimming down the list of functions: Provide them with the flexibility of web and it can be hard to get them to prioritise functions. Present the situation in a mobile context and they are driven to pick out the key functions.*Obviously there are differences between the desktop and mobile particularly regarding what the user is trying to achieve, but I found this is still a useful technique.
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