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  • 1. Responsive Web DesignIts not the size of the screen, its how responsive the code!
  • 2. The world is changing.....Information
  • 3. We no longer design for the web, We now design for _____ ?
  • 4. Response Web Design What do we do now! R. Degler Amigos Webinar 2-8-13
  • 5. Inspiration
  • 6. Luke Wroblewski http://forrst.com/people/icoach/posts
  • 7. Jeffery ZeldmanThere’s a general agreement that the “mobile”user is not to be trifled with; give them thecontent they want as quickly as possible‘cause they’re in a hurry. But the corollarydoes not hold true. Why do we thinkthat the “desktop” user ismore willing to put up withhaving unnecessary crapthrown at them? http://www.zeldman.com/2011/04/27/adactio-journal%E2%80%94content-first/
  • 8. Ethan Marcotte
  • 9. Frameworks
  • 10. foundation.zurb.com
  • 11. Rows and Columns
  • 12. Rows and Columns twelve columns eight columns four columns
  • 13. How is it done?
  • 14. View code examples: http://atyourlibrary.com
  • 15. Responsive Design makes it easier not easy!
  • 16. Tools/Resources• Foundation- http://foundation.zurb.com• More Responsive Design Frameworks • http://designshack.net/articles/css/which-is-right-for-me-22-responsive- css-frameworks-and-boilerplates-explained/
  • 17. Image/Content Credits• Images- http://sxc.hu• Images- http://abookapart.com• Images- http://www.oup.com• Images- http://commons.wikimedia.org
  • 18. Helpful Links• Site testing- http://responsive.is• Great examples- http://mediaqueri.es/

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