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Beyond Squishy: The Principles of Adaptive Design

A session at SXSW Interactive 2013

Saturday 9th March, 2013

3:30pm to 4:30pm (CST)

Responsive web design has hit the scene like a bomb, and now designers everywhere are showing off to their bosses and peers by resizing their browser windows. "Look! The site is squishy!"

While creating flexible layouts is important, there's a whole lot more that goes into truly exceptional adaptive web experiences. This session will introduce the Principles of Adaptive Design: ubiquity, flexibility, performance, enhancement and future-friendliness. We need go beyond media queries in order to preserve the web's ubiquity and move it in a future-friendly direction.

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Brad Frost

Mobile Web Strategist & Front End Designer, Brad Frost Web

I am a mobile web strategist and front-end designer, musician, and artist in beautiful Pittsburgh, PA.

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20 attendees

  • Aaron Gustafson
  • Brad Frost
  • Phil Whitehouse
  • Richard Rutter
  • Dan Poynor
  • duke jones
  • Gerren Lamson
  • Jason LeBlanc
  • Justin Henning
  • Jason Paul
  • Kent Brewster
  • Kesah
  • Charles Klein
  • Lea Verou
  • LekanB
  • Nicolas BELLONI
  • Nikolai Nolan
  • Oliver Lindberg
  • Scott McCaughey
  • Oscar Llarena

11 trackers

  • Alan Botvinick
  • Andreas R. Johnsen
  • Ben Barnett
  • Chris Davis
  • Iskander Smit
  • Jon Long
  • Megan Zlock
  • Natalie Downe
  • roycifer
  • Shay Howe
  • Jerome Schmitt

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When

Time 3:30pm4:30pm CST

Date Sat 9th March 2013

Where

Ballroom BC, Austin Convention Center

Session type

Solo / Dual / Panel

Session Hash Tag

#adaptive

Short URL

lanyrd.com/scdgtw

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