April 12, 2012
Responsive design - A judy-chop to the face
About the Topic:
The web is changing and the devices we’re using to access the web vary greatly in size and capability. For designers AND developers, this is a problem. The old-school approach has been to create multiple versions of a site and maintain each one. This approach sucks. It’s time we recognized innovations like responsive design as a requirement instead of a passing fad. In this session, you’ll learn the basics of responsive design, how to be the office hero and, with a little luck, how to change the world forever. Call grandma and cancel tea time because you do not want to miss this!
About the Speaker:
David Hudson is using web development to change the world. His work has been featured by Jeff Zeldman, Eric Meyer, and The Next Web and he recently spoke at the mLearning DevCon on developing websites using jQuery Mobile. His hobbies include photography, world travel and talking about himself in the third-person while writing his bio for LRDNUG. If you’re really bored you can check out his aptly named blog or hit him up on Twitter.