Lithuanian “Responsive Design Techniques” Workshop

Start: February 8, 2016 End: February 9, 2016
Address: Gedimino pr.21/2, Vilnius, Lithuania

RWD: Clever Design Patterns and Front-End Techniques

We’ll be looking at specific techniques for building well organised, front-end software, and wherever possible this work will be hands-on. Vitaly will introduce theories and ideas for dealing with common problems, and attendees will be assigned small tasks so they can experiment for themselves with these techniques.

This will be involve a mixture of both individual and group work. There will be plenty of time allocated to discussions, so we can make sure that everyone understands how they can apply what they’ve learned to their specific working environments.

In this workshop, you’ll learn:

  • Effective tools and techniques that can support and enhance your personal workflow when working on any responsive design project,
  • An overview of clever practical techniques for improving UX as well as performance of responsive sites,
  • Front-end strategies for scalable, resolution-independent graphics and maintainable CSS code,
  • Responsive Design Patterns and innovative approaches to designing “responsive modules” such as tables, calendars, multi-level menus, maps and Web forms,
  • Testing, debugging and maintenance techniques for responsive sites as well as lessons learned from Smashing Magazine’s own redesign in 2012,
  • Technical issues (and solutions) for responsive advertising and responsive email newsletters,
  • How to optimize responsive websites for better mobile UX, offline UX and print, and
  • How the design processes should adapt in terms of the project management, deliverables, performance budgets, team organisation and strategy.

Audience

This workshop is intended for professional designers, developers and everybody else who is dealing with responsive design regularly or wants to better understand responsive design in general. You should at least be familiar with some basics of responsive design, HTML5 and CSS.

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