Increasingly people are reading your technical content using a mobile device. How can you ensure that your DITA-based content can be read equally-well by a lineman using his weatherproofed tablet 18ft above the street, or an electronics engineer using her smartphone in a clean-room environment?
The answer: responsive content. But designing effective responsive content is not just a matter of picking an HTML template and hoping for the best: you need to think about how your content will be presented, its priority to the user and how they can navigate through it.
In this presentation Keith Schengili-Roberts and Phil Kneer from Yellow Pencil will talk about the information architecture considerations behind the creation of effective responsive design for technical content.
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