Tuesday 19th August, 2014
4:00pm to 5:00pm
Do you have a laptop? tablet? smart phone? I'm pretty sure you have all three.
Do you go to web sites only on one? Probably not. Research shows that most of us move back and forth among our devices, expecting the same content to be available to us no matter which device we're on.
And, as I'm sure you've heard, lots of people only have a mobile device. It is their only access to the internet. Do you really want to exclude all those people from your web content?
So, you know you need to move to responsive design. But responsive design is only the technology side of the solution.
What really matters is how well your content works on all those devices.
In this hour, we'll look at specific ways to plan, organize, write, and design so the same content works well on all your devices. Just tweaking some of your good laptop writing can make a difference for mobiles -- and make your content even better for the big screen, too.
BONUS: What works well for all your devices also can automatically give you great social media messages -- tweets, Facebook posts, and more. We'll have examples of that, too.
consultant specialist in usability, web writing, plain language, author of Letting Go of the Words -- Writing Web Content that Works bio from Twitter
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