Rachel Baker: Developing WordPress for All Screen Sizes

3 responses on “Rachel Baker: Developing WordPress for All Screen Sizes

  1. Nicolas

    Great presentation Rachel.

    I’m not a developer and usually for a new project, I select a premium theme that has the features I’m looking for, tweak it a little bit and start from here.
    A responsive site is one of the main priority of a new project I just started. I could buy a responsible theme but his video confirms I’m right and I’d like to dig further.
    Unfortunately we cannot see the slides! It has been published yesterday, I’m sure the slides will be available soon. In the meantime, where can I find some useful information to start with? I’d love to see some of your work/demo too.


  2. philerb
  3. Nicolas

    Great, thanks a lot philerb.


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November 30, 2012

There is no dominant screen size anymore. Visitors are viewing the web on devices with screen resolutions that vary from the tiny (240×320) up to massive retina displays (2880×1880). The question isn’t if you should be developing responsive sites, but how to make sites responsive as painlessly as possible.

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