On May 14th, 2014 David Marshall, Senior Web and Application Developer at the Harvard School of Public Health, gave a talk entitled "Responsive Design: Building for a Modern Web."
David is a senior web and application developer at the Harvard School of Public Health, where he is responsible for maintaining the main website and other web applications. He recently rebuilt the HSPH website to make its design responsive and to reduce page size and load times. His current work focuses on PHP development for the WordPress CMS as well as on CSS3 and HTML5. Prior to joining the web team at HSPH, David’s work as an independent contractor included founding Club Site Solutions, a company that developed specialized websites and online registration systems for private clubs.