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Responsive Web Design NYC Message Board › Change in Oct 30th Event. Move the event on Grids to the future....

Change in Oct 30th Event. Move the event on Grids to the future....

Matthew S.
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New York, NY
Hi all,

Due to the speaker submissions and timing, it looks like we will have to change the event on "Grids" to the future.   If you have a problem with this please let me know.  The new event and speakers are as follows!

Title; Mobile First from an Interactive Agency Perspective

Interactive Agencies have been designing traditionally for desktop first, however with opportunities enabled with Responsive Web Design and the growth of mobile, the concept of mobile first has been become an industry catch-phrase.  However, what does this really mean in practice?

What does it mean for an interactive agency to get up to speed with the best practices of mobile?

What are some of the key areas for them to consider now when building out a holistic property that include mobile done right?

What does the philosophy of Mobile first mean for them? Retro-fit mobile first or redesign from the bottom up?

How do you design a sign by giving each different view the best for its usage, context and traffic?

 

Confirmed Speakers;


  • Development Lead- FUZZ Productions
  • Todd Johnson- Director of Digital at STARWORKS Group
  • TBA

Thanks!

Warm Regards,

Matthew Snyder on behalf of the

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