Applying Responsive Web Design (RWD) to UA - WritersUA East 2015, Scott DeLoach, ClickStart
Applying Responsive Web Design (RWD) to UA
Scott DeLoach – firstname.lastname@example.org ClickStart – www.clickstart.net
Mobile devices are quickly becoming the primary access method for many types of UA. However,
adapting content to a small screen can be extremely challenging. Mobile devices also have their
own advantages/disadvantages over desktop PCs that need to be considered. As a final
challenge, we are often required to (somehow) single source our content for print. Designing for
mobile, desktop, and print at the same time might initially seem impossible. In this session, we will
discuss your options to make the impossible possible.
Mobile advantages and disadvantages
RWD opportunities and challenges
Modern browsers (and up to date)
Technology support (CSS, JS, etc)
Users are more willing to scroll
Multiple screen sizes
Portrait and landscape
One site/target to maintain
One URL for users
Margins and text size
Single sourcing for mobile, desktop, and print
print media query
online vs printed "print"
About the presenter
Scott DeLoach is the Founder of ClickStart, where he provides training and consulting for
MadCap Flare, Adobe Captivate, embedded user assistance, CSS, and HTML5. He has
been developing browser-based help systems since 1997, and he has received four Best
in Show awards for his work from STC.
Scott is a certified Flare and Captivate instructor, and he is the author of MadCap Flare
Developer's Guide, CSS to the Point, HTML5 to the Point, and Word 2013 to the Point. For
more information about Scott's books see www.lulu.com/clickstart.
You can reach Scott at www.clickstart.net or by email at email@example.com.