Tuesday, June 12 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Adapting to your Users

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With the flood of consumers using various media devices, web designers & developers now have to try and create products that will retain the same aesthetic look & feel on multiple platforms. With the screen real-estate ranging from a 27″ desktop monitor, 13″ laptop monitor set at a 800×600 video resolution, tablet devices like the iPad, and a plethora of mobile phones with a wide variety of sizes. However, by taking advantage of some of the new syntax, creatives can create a dynamic website that can alter a pages’ visual layout while still maintaining control of the overall user experience. This presentation will help explain the importance of why it is necessary to plan ahead to build an adaptive website versus just 'getting it done'. Experience Level:
Beginner - Assumes no prior knowledge of topic. Prerequisite Knowledge: basic understanding of the HTML, CSS; knowing JQuery knowledge isn't necessary but would behove the viewer. Skills/Knowledge Gained: Better understanding of CSS media queries, and better knowledge for HTML5 and CSS3 syntax

Tuesday June 12, 2012 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 207 Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center

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