Saturday 22nd February, 2014
11:30am to 12:01pm
Your content is probably the most important feature of your website, so it’s important to make sure that the text looks good and is easy to read no matter what device type or screen size it’s being viewed on. One size does not fit all when it comes to typography, but you can use media queries to adjust type qualities such as size, line height, column width, margins, hyphenation, and even typeface depending on the viewport size. Learn how you can use CSS to apply design rules that will make your typography look better and perform better across devices.
UX designer & developer, author of Learning Responsive Web Design
Clarissa Peterson is a UX designer and developer, and co-founder of Peterson/Kandy, a digital consultancy specializing in building responsive websites and training organizations in responsive design workflow. Clarissa frequently speaks on responsive design and mobile content strategy. She is also the author of Learning Responsive Web Design, coming soon from O’Reilly Media.
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