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We can no longer predict how people are accessing our websites
now, let alone in a few years’ time when the technology people use
to access the web will inevitably diverge even further and perhaps in
ways we haven’t even considered yet. Rather than seeing this unpredictability and lack of control as a problem, we should embrace
these ‘known unknowns’ and the inherent flexibility of the web.
Put simply, responsive web design is about being more flexible and assuming less about our users, from how they’re accessing our websites and what technology they’re using to their environment. This talk will discuss the four tenets of good responsive design: content parity, performance, future friendliness and accessibility against a backdrop of Matt's experiences designing and building responsive websites over the past 3 years with plenty of useful tips and takeaways along the way.