August 24, 2014 — The hardest part about using responsive images in your web projects is—well—everything. The good news is that there are tested solutions that you can safely implement today while we wait for the browsers to sort things out. Learn what to consider when deciding on a solution for serving images to your users that are appropriate to their screen size and will walk away with several techniques to try out right away.
August 21, 2014 — Jeg er af den holdning, at man ikke længere kan frasige sig at lave et responsivt design, og min tilgang til det er nok mere konceptuelt og teoretisk, da jeg endnu ikke har meget erfaring med større implementeringer af denne holdning. Jeg kender dog til forskellige spændende frameworks, og giver et oplæg, der har et fundament i en mere grundlæggende responsiv forståelse, og understøttet med praktisk eksempler eller hjælpemidler, hovedsagligt med tanke på mindre projekter og nybegyndere. Jeg vil også debattere bedre tekniske løsninger i forhold til det responsive, hvis nogen ville have kommentarer til det.
August 21, 2014 — Joe Casabona covers some of the core content from his book, Responsive Design with WordPress, which teaches you how to leverage WordPress to get the most out of responsive design. He focuses on some code heavy stuff, including how WordPress handles images, RESS, and more.
August 21, 2014 — While a traditional waterfall workflow might have a designer handing static comps over to a developer, this no longer works in the age of responsive design and frequently causes friction between both parties. This workshop will help designers learn how to “design in the browser”, create a responsive style prototype, allow better communication with developers, and explain responsive design to clients. Stop making static photoshop comps and learn a more contemporary, agile workflow today.
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August 21, 2014 — Do you have goals for your website?
What about a plan for how different pages on your site help accomplish those goals?
Do your plans and design considerations change on different devices?
Join Mike Tighe for an exploration and discussion of how smart design, planning, and consideration for user experience can make a huge difference in your (hopefully Responsive) WordPress site.
Lots of examples!
– Goals and conversions
– Responsive design
– Design, empathy, and making happy users
– Good markers for success
– Dos, don’ts, and pet peeves that make Mike want to swear
July 1, 2014 — Joe goes over some of the core content from his book, Responsive Design with WordPress, which teaches you how to leverage WordPress to get the most out of responsive design, implement best practices, automate important processes, and make your life easier overall.
June 20, 2014 — So how do we keep responsive WP sites from looking like each other? And where does mobile-first fit into all of this? What are the obstacles? The obvious approaches? This presentation looks at the ideal case, the bare-bones case and a middle ground – and some tools we can use to get started.
March 22, 2014 — Responsive design is becoming an expected standard for web developers. In this session learn how easy it is to integrate foundation.css into your WordPress theme and how to get added functionality from their jQuery and zepto libraries. It also dives into the css to understand how “responsivity” works.