Friday 17th May, 2013
2:15pm to 3:15pm
The push for responsive web design has helped web developers consider how the sites they develop can adapt to different devices, including sizes, screen resolutions, and even contexts. It should now be easier than ever to respond to a format that has existed since the start of the web -- print. I'll walk through the process for making your responsive sites respond to the format we most often forget.
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I am a founder and partner at Algonquin Studios, a 50 person consulting and software development firm. I have been developing accessible, effective user interfaces for the Web since 1993. I am a member of the W3C HTML Working Group as well as the W3C Accessibility Task Force. I have written articles for trade journals, web sites, and participated as an author and editor on five web-related books. I have also acted as a technical editor for the same publisher and other developer web sites. My work has been cited in many books and articles on usability, accessibility, and interface design. I was most recently interviewed in the French magazine "Technikart" about the future of the web and I wrote an article in the British ".Net Magazine" about making web sites print-friendly.
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