Going Responsive for Developers


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Great talk and a nice follow up of his previous talk "how to not design a toad".
It contained some nice examples and screenshots, and the demo really showed how easy it is to design a new website using an opensource tool like inkscape.
I think I'm gonna give Twitter Bootstrap a try as well after Mike's introduction to it ;)

Great insight into how you should face the problem of making a website responsive, not just making things smaller on the mobile versions, but actually thinking about your content and how you want the user's experience to be.

Talk needs a little "honing" on a few topics (some were a bit loose), maybe remove the inkscape demos and focus more on the technique and tips of how to "play around" with the structure before committing to it.

Very nice introduction to responsive design, and how to go about implementing it. I thought that in some moments it digressed a bit from the main message (Inkscape demo for instance), but otherwise a very good talk.

Excellent talk. I wasn't sure this was going to be useful when I came to the meeting seeing it was design- and frontend-related, as I don't do design or frontend, but it ended up being really interesting even for hardcore backend devs like me.

All information was presented in a very clear way. I am happy to have attended this talk.

Anonymous at 12:56 on 10 Oct 2012