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Responsive &
  Responsible Themes
Veerendra Tikhe   WordCamp Pune
    @veeroo18     2013

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HI!
I AM VEERENDRA TIKHE
Art graduate / Graphic Designer / UI & WordPress Theme Developer

@veeroo18
veerendratikhe@gmail....

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WHY RESPONSIVE THEME DESIGN

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  1. 1. Responsive & Responsible Themes Veerendra Tikhe WordCamp Pune @veeroo18 2013
  2. 2. HI! I AM VEERENDRA TIKHE Art graduate / Graphic Designer / UI & WordPress Theme Developer @veeroo18 veerendratikhe@gmail.com webio
  3. 3. WHY RESPONSIVE THEME DESIGN
  4. 4. Internet is now everywhere ! There are many ways to access content
  5. 5. Consistent user experience Increase in visitors Screen scenario is changing Future proof Native app is not website for everyone
  6. 6. CONSISTANT USER EXPERIENCE On desktop
  7. 7. CONSISTANT USER EXPERIENCE On handheld On Tablet
  8. 8. To visitors To devices, To speed screens / of user media connection
  9. 9. Why responsive to screen   
  10. 10. Responsive to Screen Another Example Google Glass vik
  11. 11. Responsive to Screen
  12. 12. Be responsive to visitors Be responsive to visitors not just screens or browsers.
  13. 13. Be responsive to visitors Be responsive to visitors not just screens or browsers.
  14. 14. http://sethgodin.com
  15. 15. Design to solve problems
  16. 16. Responsible theme
  17. 17. Motive leads to responsibility
  18. 18. Motive leads to responsibility
  19. 19. Motive
  20. 20. Motive leads to responsibility
  21. 21. Themes they are different
  22. 22. User Interactions – Frontend
  23. 23. User interaction – Backend Custom Post Types for Admin user
  24. 24. User interaction – Backend Custom Post Types for Admin user
  25. 25. Motive leads to responsibility
  26. 26. Content preference
  27. 27. Content preference
  28. 28. Adding few more responsibilities
  29. 29. Adding WP features when required
  30. 30. Your theme should be content
  31. 31. Your theme should be content • • • •
  32. 32. Using theme parts or child themes when possible
  33. 33. Responsibility towards community

Editor's Notes

  • Determine the kind of website – eg. Photo gallery, portfolio, news magazine, blog, corporate website.Think user interaction according to kind of websiteConsider web site admin as user - super userUpon this use proper templates that are set with wordpress file structure, usage of page templates, custom post-types, taxonomy or child themes, gallery or deciding whether to use ready plugins will be here.
  • Its good to save time by using modular code parts Using child themes is also a good idea to quick start project Using and reusing css and php code snippets

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