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The Future Is Responsive

  • Apr 17, 2013 · 6:30 PM
  • HP


Jonathan Smiley


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***** Event is in Building 5 *****

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The future is here, and the future is responsive. With the explosion of devices that can access the Web, we have to adjust how we design our websites and our digital products. In this talk, we delve into the evolution of responsive design - where we've been and how we got here.

We examine the progress we've made so far in creating the tools and methods that allow us to design responsively. We also take a peek into where responsive design is going in the coming months and years.

The best way to meet this bold future and create better online products is to prototype and build faster. We'll talk about how you can do just that and the tools within your reach.

Speaker Bio

Jonathan Smiley is a Partner and Design Lead at ZURB, a product design company in Silicon Valley. In his 4 years with ZURB he has worked with companies ranging from small startups to Fortune 100 companies on sites and products across many different devices and platforms. Jonathan also developed Foundation, an open-source framework for rapidly prototyping and building responsive Web sites, now one of the top 20 open source projects on Github. When he's not working through Design problems he acts like any good child of the 80s and plays video games.

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  • Greg

    Ajoy & Jay: Where did you find out about the Lambda talk @ Google?
    Jay: Where did you find out about CHM and ACM events?

    April 17, 2013

    • Jay T. and - google I don't know

      April 17, 2013

    • Jay T. and - google I don't know

      April 17, 2013

  • Jay T.

    Good topic: Google, CHM, and ACM all same time - how to attend simulcast would be could, but until humans are multicore , parallelism is difficult. Wish I could be at all 3!

    1 · April 17, 2013

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