B3: Large-Scale Responsive Websites: Tools and Techniques

A session at IWMW 2012 (Institutional Web Management Workshop)

Monday 18th June, 2012

2:00pm to 3:30pm

A responsive website is a single website which has been designed to work across mobiles, tablets and desktops. If you have decided that you want a responsive website (or are just thinking about it) what are the patterns to use and the anti-patterns to avoid? This session will cover: approaches to information architecture, prototyping, usability testing and device testing; HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript techniques; a paper-prototyping exercise.

This session will equip participants with the tools and patterns which are proven to be effective in developing a responsive site. It will also be an opportunity for participants to have their questions answered about their own websites.

At the end of this session, participants will have practical techniques for implementing a responsive site, greater understanding of patterns that work and anti-patterns to avoid; and made an attempt to create prototypes for their own responsive sites.

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Keith Doyle

information architecture, usability testing, navopia.co.uk bio from Twitter

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Paddy Callaghan

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Time 2:00pm3:30pm GMT

Date Mon 18th June 2012

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