cf.Objective 2014 – Getting Started with Responsive Web Design

I tweeted this out a while back, but I have been selected to speak at cfObjective() 2014! I blogged in early November about my proposal and the people have spoken! I hope to see all of you at the conference!

Responsive Web Design has been a buzzword since the term was first coined in May 2010. Come find out what this emerging technology is all about as you are introduced to the basics of Responsive Web Design. We’ll cover your current options when it comes to designing your own website and we’ll also discuss emerging best practices and a few examples from industry leaders. We will also take a look at how you can test your responsive design without owning one of each device out there.

Target audience

Anyone interested in creating one website for every device

Assumed Knowledge

Basic CSS and HTML experience

What the audience will learn

  • What is responsive Web Design and how does it work
  • When is responsive Web Design appropriate?
  • Pro/Cons of using a framework
  • Fixed vs Fluid layout
  • Best Practices for developing a site
  • Common Misconceptions
  • Who is using responsive web design?

If you’re interested in attending head on over to cfobjective.com and register before March 1st to get an early bird discount.

cf.Objective() Proposal – Getting started with Responsive Web Design

Interested in learning about responsive web design? Head on over to the cf.Objective() Trello board and vote for my talk on Responsive Web Design and any others that you would like to attend.

Here’s a brief description of what my talk will be about

Target Audience: Anyone interested in creating one website for all devices

Assumed Knowledge: Basic CSS and HTML experience

Objective: Introduce responsive web design and why it’s important

Why I’m Qualified: Part of a team that created a mobile website for a large insurance company.

What the audience will learn:
What is responsive Web Design
When is responsive Web Design appropriate
Pro/Cons of using a framework
Fixed vs Fluid layout
Concept of columns and grids

Anything else you’d like to learn? Feel free to comment here and/or on the Trello board and if my talk is selected I’ll try to work a few suggestions in as well.