We’ve entered a new era where an increasing number of devices with wildly divergent features— including phones, tablets, game consoles, and TVs—are connected to the Internet. As the way people access the Internet changes, there is an urgent need to rethink how we use the web to communicate.
This doesn't mean creating separate solutions for each device but rather preparing our existing content to meet an unpredictable future. Responsive web design means changing how we plan and evaluate performance. Dave Olsen and Doug Gapinski share and examine examples to help institutions rethink and adjust for the future-friendly web.
Professional Technologist, West Virginia University