Friday 1st June, 2012
3:30pm to 3:50pm
You've heard the buzz about responsive design. You might even have read a few posts and had some discussions about it, but enough with the thinking — how can you actually implement a responsive design process that works for you and your team?
It might be easy for a designer/developer to hash out a responsive design, in, say, an afternoon, but what happens when you need to work with multiple stakeholders, designers, developers and the rest of your team? With insights from real life case studies (including the fine folks at Angie's List), this talk offers up a few ideas of how responsive design can fit within a typical website design and development process.
*when to go responsive (hint: not always)
*what tools to use
*where to start with content and design
*ways to get the rest of the team involved
*ways to set expectations with the client
Design director @smallbox who also loves climbing, running, yoga, food, friends, dogs, improving my community. I usually tweet about those things. bio from Twitter
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