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COJUG - Taking Responsive Design to the Next Level

  • Jul 9, 2013 · 6:30 PM

Abstract

We all know that responsive web design is more than just a hot topic— it's revolutionizing the way we design, code and write for the web. By now, many of us have played with media queries and have a basic understanding of how responsive design works (and if you don't, this session will give you a crash course!). But there's a whole lot more that goes into crafting truly great responsive experiences. We'll talk about advanced principles of responsive design, techniques for improving page performance, considerations for using responsive for e-commerce or enterprise sites, and highlight best practices and patterns that can help take your next responsive project to the next level.

Bio

Ashli Nixon is the Creative Director at CareWorks Tech, and an interactive design professional with over five years of experience working as a web designer, front-end developer, interaction designer and usability expert for a variety of industries. At CareWorks Tech, Ashli leads the design and development team — everything from web design/development, mobile apps, search engine marketing, social media and digital strategy. Ashli is a hands-on leader, seasoned designer, and a front-end development pro focusing on interactive design, brand development and digital strategy.

 

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  • Rob H.

    There are two versions of this meetup listed, one at 11:30am and one at 6:30pm. Which is correct? Thanks very much!

    July 2, 2013

    • Christopher M. J.

      They are both correct. We have two meetings and most often they are the same topic. This way it fits everybody's schedule.

      July 2, 2013

    • Rob H.

      Thanks very much for the explanation!

      July 2, 2013

  • Peter B.

    How long will this event be?

    July 2, 2013

    • Christopher M. J.

      Lunch meeting is usually 1 hour. Evening meeting is usually 1 1/2 hours or a little longer.

      July 2, 2013

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