What your agency didn't tell you about Responsive Design
Dan Lewis – The Judge Group - USA
My name is: Dan LewisI am from: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -USAI work for: The Judge Group, Inc.As the: Leader of the Mobility SolutionsConsulting PracticeFor my job I: Eat, sleep, and breathmobilityI used to: Build intranets, web, anddatabase stuff
One site for many different view, this sounds great
To deliver web content adaptive to devices based on their viewport size using the following techniques: CSS Media Queries Flexible Images Fluid Grids Read More: http://www.alistapart.com/articles/responsive-web-design/
The first media query is NO media query Progressive Enhancement over Graceful Degradation Start small and get bigger (Mobile First) Feature Detection over User Agent Sniffing Responsive is part of your project’s DNA
Wow this all sounds too good to be true, what’s the catch
Flexible images (<picture> element) Bandwidth management and detection (standards-based) Server vs. Client responsive patterns
Does responsive mean just shrinking a screen and elements?
Great User Experience Perfect for menus and complex navigation
Because a Pixel isn’t always a Pixel Arbitrary Viewport sizes from vendors Scale with easeRead more: http://blog.cloudfour.com/the-ems-have-it-proportional-media-queries-ftw/
So you would like to see who is doing this well?
Grey Goose ( http://www.greygoose.com ) VisualDX ( http://www.visualdx.com ) Mighty River Power ( http://www.mightyriver.co.nz/ )
Dan LewisPractice Leader – Mobility SolutionsThe Judge Groupwww.email@example.com@DanTheITManlinkedin.com/in/dantheitman