SharePoint for any screen size: an in-depth look into building responsive web design
In just a few short years, we have seen some seismic shifts in how people create and consume content over the Internet. One fundamental shift is the great migration from the dominance of desktop computers to mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets. Users now have high expectations for web sites and content to be personalized, interactive, and easily available from any device and any form factor. These changes have fundamentally changed the nature of web design and development. One of the hottest topics in web design is Responsive Web Design (RWD). Responsive web design is a methodology, supported by new capabilities provided by CSS3 and HTML5, which will enable the next generation of web sites to provide the best user experience across a wide variety of devices and browsers. However, the complexity of RWD has a steep learning curve. In this session, we will start with an overview of what RWD is and why we should use it, followed by an in-depth look into RWD theory and how these techniques relate to SharePoint 2013. We will then dive into the code and walk you through the process of designing responsive and attractive SharePoint web sites using the latest techniques in responsive web design.