Your site is about your content. With mobile devices, iPads, phones, gaming consoles, etc: people can access your content many different ways and formats. How can we maintain some control over the display of our content and keep our brand consistent? How can we try to provide the best user experience on any platform?
Enter Responsive Web Design. A term coined by Ethan Marcotte. Many experts aren’t leaning on one static design anymore, but on structured content that adapts to its given environment. We are going to take a look at responsive web design techniques out there including: progressive enhancement, flexible grids, media queries, flexible images & video, & other methods that you can implement to make your WordPress theme “Responsive”.
Check out Sara’s slides: Responsive Web Design
About the Speaker:
Sara Cannon has a love for WordPress, design, and typography. Intersect these things and you’ve found her passion. She loves keeping up with the latest trends in technology that we can use make our WordPress sites beautiful. Sara is a WordPress core contributor working with the UI group and works as interaction designer & developer at Scout Branding Company in Birmingham, AL. She has spoken at many WordCamps across the US and is absolutely thrilled to be speaking at WordCamp San Francisco. You can find her on twitter @saracannon or on her blog sara-cannon.com.