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The phenomenal growth in mobile phones has introduced a problem for designers and developers where there are now multiple, unstandardized mobile screen sizes used to display web content. Technologies ...

The phenomenal growth in mobile phones has introduced a problem for designers and developers where there are now multiple, unstandardized mobile screen sizes used to display web content. Technologies based on Responsive Design where the page automatically scales to the width of the screen promises to alleviate these headaches. In this talk, we will explore the pros and cons of Responsive Design. In particular, we will explore issues such as cross-browser and device compatibilities, loading times, development time and resources, and accessibility compliance based on our experience with building large scale responsive design applications.

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The pros and cons of responsive design The pros and cons of responsive design Presentation Transcript

  • Pros and Cons of Responsive Design April 2012
  • 1. Responsive Design 2. A Case Study 3. Lessons Learned How did we get Here? 2
  • 4Mobile First, Luke Wroblewski, October 2011
  • Mobile First, Luke Wroblewski, October 2011 5
  • Mobile First, Luke Wroblewski, October 2011 6
  • Mobile First, Luke Wroblewski, October 2011 7
  • A new deviceevery day
  • The Promise – One Website, All Devices
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  • 17 Confidential, © 2010 Mobomo LLC
  • Pros and ConsPros Cons• Single version • Technical• Less maintenance – Development time and resources• Sharing links works – Cross-browser and device across all platforms and compatibilities devices – Loading times – 508 compliance (image• Future-ready resizing and hide/show)• Not just about the • Content device (narrow – Different devices / different desktop use) objectives – Content is not necessarily• Mobile first – content mobile-friendly strategy
  • Thank You – Q&A Ken Fang President (703) 675-3607 ken.fang@mobomo.com www.mobomo.com