Responsive Web Design: Get Started

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In this presentation we'll see that many different aspects are all related to Responsive Web Design. It's not only addressing the technical implementations in the browser, there are numerous other aspects to be taken into account as for example the user experience or the design of the website. In other words, what questions do you need to ask yourself when implementing this concept and how do you get started?

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Bram Vanderhaeghe

At the age of 14 Bram Vanderhaeghe created his first website. He was instantly passionate by the how and why of user-friendly, good converting websites. In 2007 he graduated as master in Communication and Media Design. At the moment he works at digital agency Netlash-bSeen as usability engineer and head of information architecture. Some of his more known accounts include AB Concerts, Jetair, Telenet, Humo and NMBS-Europe.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/bram_


Simon Coudeville

As a webdesigner at digital agency Netlash-bSeen I design websites for our clients. When possible, I convert these designs to HTML & CSS as well because thatʼs what I like the most when creating a new design. When designing, I try to anticipate the constant change in technical possibilities or restrictions related to websites. In my opinion, this is a quality every self-respecting webdesigner should have.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/scoudeville


Thomas Deceuninck

As a front-end developer at digital agency Netlash-bSeen I convert the designs, supplied by our designers, to usable websites. Existing technologies such as HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript are my best partners during this process. Every single time I try to improve this process by implementing new features or specs without losing usability or cross browser compatibility. Itʼs a whole new challenge for every project which I love to tackle with lots of passion for the job.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/decthomas

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