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Presented by Erik Fadiman.
Originally aired May, 2015.
As more people access the web from their smartphones and tablets, the range of screen sizes and platforms designers need to deliver for has increased dramatically. We’ll discuss an agile design workflow which includes styles tiles, designing in the browser, and testing on multiple devices.
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Responsive Web Design allows us to create website layouts which adapt to fit any device. There are three main components to this kind of approach: a fluid grid, flexible images and media queries. This means old fixed-width layouts do not fit the modern web anymore and the way we work needs to be changed. Showing static comps to clients is no longer practical and we’ll discuss an agile design workflow which includes styles tiles, designing in the browser, and testing on multiple devices.
Erik Fadiman has a BA in Fine Art from the University of California at Santa Cruz and spent several years as a chef before he became obsessed with technology. He has over ten years of experience building websites for local, national, and international clients. Erik specializes in branding, user experience design, and front-end web development. He likes to design simple, elegant websites and writes clean, standards-compliant code. He is an Adobe Certified Expert and teaches classes in web design at Seattle Central Creative Academy. He looks exactly like Johannes Itten. Look it up.
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