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Dheerja K.

Location:

New York, NY

Member since:

October 23, 2012

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What interests you about Responsive Web Design and Publishing

As a product manager and developer in a large media company, we're constantly asking where responsive design fits into our products. I've worked on two high profile responsive products and am interested in learning more about the pros and cons of this approach.

Do you have cases to present?

I've worked on two responsive design projects at ESPN - Grantland.com and the SportsCenter Feed (espn.com/scfeed)

What in you mind is the most interesting Responsive Web Design or Publishing example you have seen?

Other than Grantland, definitely the Boston Globe.

What would you like to get out of this group?

Learn!

Introduction

Technical Product Manager at ESPN.com, Columbia Engineering grad, huge sports fan (J-E-T-S!), hardcore fantasy football-er, dancer, and green tea enthusiast.


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