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Why Responsive Design Actually Begins on the Server

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In this featured Breaking Development session, Bryan and Stephanie Rieger talk about the importance of applying adaptive, server-side strategies when implementing otherwise client-side driven responsive layouts.


Key Slides & Quotes:

in 2015, if you want to use the web on a mobile device, will the purchase of an iPhone be mandatory? Many of us cannot afford to purchase every new shiny device released. . .most folks have much more pressing concerns.

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this thinking creates an optimal experience for a privileged few and a missed opportunity for many more. . .not all of us can keep up. . .have you actually offered them anything yet?

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About the Speakers

Bryan is a designer, writer and reluctant developer with a background in theatre design and classical animation. Bryan has worked across various media including print, broadcast, web and mobile. A passionate storyteller and incessant tinkerer, Bryan can most often be found drinking excessively strong coffee while dreaming up ways to bridge the gap between design, content and technology.

Stephanie is a designer and closet anthropologist with a passion for the many ways people interact with technology. With a diverse background, Stephanie's expertise lies in marrying design, technology and business goals to craft simple, elegant experiences. A compulsive researcher, Stephanie is always keen to discover and share insights on the mobile web and mobility trends in emerging economies.

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About the Venue

Breaking Development focuses on new, emerging techniques for web development and design for mobile devices. Our speakers are hand-picked to make sure you get challenging, well-delivered talks from a variety of different perspectives.

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