A Fresh Perspective on Responsive Web Design
DPA1 Development, Programming and Architecture
Location: 102D, Wisconsin Center
MONDAY, 8:30 - 9:15 a.m.
Responsive web design has been quite the trend in web development since Ethan Marcotte introduced the term in 2010. As people of the web, we have used the term so frequently in recent years... but do we understand what it really means to implement RWD effectively and sensibly? Using real-world examples from award-winning projects completed at SUNY Stony Brook, Josh will offer a fresh look at RWD, along with valuable tips, tools, and techniques to execute a successful RWD initiative. The session will offer a new way of approaching the design and development process when "going responsive," and you'll walk away with the tools necessary to help you do RWD successfully!
Front End Web Developer, Stony Brook University (SUNY)
Josh Palmeri is a passionate and motivated web developer with a proven background in responsive design and front-end development. In 2014, Palmeri instated a responsive initiative at Stony Brook University and led the development of Stony Brook’s award-winning undergraduate admissions website, along with numerous other sites and projects. He has a passion for the modern web and for sharing his knowledge and experience with the web community.