Monday 4th June, 2012
3:45pm to 4:45pm
Responsive design is a hot topic and rightfully so. It’s an incredibly powerful way to capitalize on the flexibility of the web. But if being responsive is really about embracing the potential of the web, then the discussion must go far beyond layout. We shouldn’t simply build responsive sites, but responsive experiences. Experiences that adapt to the network, the context and the capabilities of the device. Responsive web design is not the destination: it’s a step towards a more personal web experience.
In this presentation we’ll explore how to create more responsive experiences by making use of device apis, carefully considering context, and, yes, even applying some carefully crafted server-side detection.
A web developer living in Wisconsin. Author of Implementing Responsive Design (http://implementingresponsivedesign.com).
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