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Responsive design: Liten vs. stor

A session at Webdagene

Thursday 27th September, 2012

3:00pm to 3:45pm (CET)

Responsive webdesign var et buzzord i 2011, og hypen lever godt inn i 2012. Tanken om å få være tilstede på mobil, nettbrett og desktop frister – særlig når det høres ut som du kan få tre-fire nettsteder for prisen av ett.

Fullt så enkelt er det selvsagt ikke. Responsive design er fremtidsrettet måte å lage nettsted på, men det gir helt nye utfordringer for brukervennlighet, grafisk design og teknisk implementering.

I dette foredraget får du innblikk i hvordan Thord, Ida og Wilhelm har fått det til blant annet i Store Norske Leksikon. De forteller hvordan de har fått kustus på den firedimensjonale gummistrikken et responsivt nettsted egentlig er.

Responsive web design was a buzzord in 2011, hype alive well into 2012. The idea to be present on mobile, tablet and desktop deadlines - especially when it sounds like you can get three to four sites for the price of one.

Quite as simple as that, of course not. Responsive design is future-oriented way to create sites, but it brings new challenges for usability, graphic design and technical implementation.

In this lecture you will gain insight into how Thord, Ida and Wilhelm got it to include the Great Norwegian Encyclopedia. They tell how they have kustus on the four-dimensional rubber band a responsive site is.

About the speakers

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Thord Veseth Foss

Designer. Living in Oslo, Norway. Learning new things. bio from Twitter

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Ida Aalen

Senior UX designer at @netliferesearch

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Wilhelm JoysAndersen

Principal software engineer, WJA. W3C chair.

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Webdagene

Norway Norway, Oslo

26th28th September 2012

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Time 3:00pm3:45pm CET

Date Thu 27th September 2012

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