The Responsive Web Design Process

Author Sven Wolfermann
Track Best practices
Session type Talk (45 minutes)
Long Abstract The Responsive Web Design Process

Responsive Web Design is the new hype around the corner, but Responsive Web Design is much more than sqeezing a web site into a mobile view – it has to be a whole new process. It is different from creating websites in the early years. The old workflow of: “get job > research > create visual > get sign off > build the visual” no longer works. The Responsive Web Design Process includes all participations of a web project working together from the first second. It needs early and often testing phases and elaborate implemantation strategies.

But there is more: What about costs of these Responsive Web Design projects?

And looking into several other question in Responsive Web Design projects:

- business goals
- content strategy
- mobile context and limitations
- performance considerations

- responsive design techniques
-- responsive layouts
-- navigation strategies
-- responsive images
-- modern webtechniques (HTML5/CSS3)
-- frameworks?
-- mobile first?
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Sven Wolfermann

Sven Wolfermann

Sven Wolfermann is a freelance web developer with a focus on modern front-end development with HTML5, CSS3 and Responsive Web Design. Since 2005 he is working as a freelancer for web agencies with his company named "maddesigns". For about two years now he get's his teeth in CSS3. Since 2010 he has been busy with working with CSS3. Since then, even Responsive Web Design and mobile web is included in his range. Additionally Sven is Certified TYPO3 Integrator and writes a lot of articles about TYPO3 and web development.

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