New York, NYUSA
July 21, 2013
A responsive web represents the future. As more and more problems are solved with software, the idea that those solutions should fluidly and organically integrate into our lives and devices is vital. It is not the duty of the average person to learn how to master a computer, it is still the duty of the designer to make that person feel like they already did. My interest lies with this philosophy because web design is an exciting, ever-evolving, and competitive field. I do not see web design going away anytime soon, it will simply transform and I'll have to transform with it. Because of this, it keeps me vigilant, keeps me learning and makes work seem like play.
http://marchofthemeanies.com Here's my take on the 'web comic'. My aim was to create a responsive experience that doesn't just stack elements on the page but actually has an adaptive interface. I tried to cater to the experience of holding and using a small device, utilizing different navigation menus to optimize ease and maintain a playful touch throughout.
Unfortunately nothing comes to mind. At least for now, everyone seems to be following a fairly basic formula when it comes to responsive design. It is definitely great that people are making their sites responsive, but it's hard to call any example more interesting than the last. I think we have a long way to go and will see some really creative approaches as time goes on.
I'd like to meet like-minded people, work on projects, find work and learn.
I am a lifelong IT professional who is now a self-taught web designer and developer. I'm on the lookout for people and organizations that are forward thinking and want to innovate and solve problems through the medium of the web.