How to Design for a Modern, Mobile-First App That Works on Laptops, Tablets and Smartwatches by Stephen B. M. Anderson, The Washington Press Bureau, October 14, 2018The U.S. is set to take another step towards mobile-friendly standards.
With the launch of new standards like Unicode and HTML5, U.K.-based technology company WebkitLab is working on a new version of its UI design tool, which would be used for mobile apps.
The new tool, called WebkitKit Designer, would work alongside U.N.I.I.’s Mobile Design Framework, a collection of standards designed to help designers create a more cohesive, responsive, and intuitive design for apps.
Webkit Designer would be designed to be used by developers in both iOS and Android apps, though the U.J. would only support mobile browsers.
It would be the first app to support mobile Webkit Designer, said Webkit Labs’ chief technology officer, Alex McKeown.
Webkit has been working with U.R.
I on this new UI design project for the past several years, he said.
The tool would allow developers to design mobile apps to run on mobile phones, tablet and smartwatch screens.
This could help developers better target their app for different user demographics, and could help create a smoother user experience for users.
It’s possible that the new UI could also be used to create a “mobile first” design, a platform where designers can make the best use of the mobile device and use whatever hardware and software they choose.
“WebkitLab wants to provide a tool for developers that enables them to make the most of mobile platforms,” McKeon said.
Developers can create and share apps that work on phones or tablets and will be able to share data between mobile devices.
They will be required to implement a design for the device and make it look good, according to Webkit.