Responsive Design

Responsive design is a methodology for front end web development that makes websites scale to fit the size of the browser’s viewport.

Found 29 posts in the archive for Responsive Design.

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Pentecostal Tabernacle contacted me to undertake a redesign of the organization's website, which included a full rebranding of their web presence, print materials, and outdoor signage.

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IdentityForce needed an installation with enough flexibility that the marketing team could deploy hundreds of pages in a wide variety of layouts with little technical expertise. To this end, I created a dozen layout modules, so that the team could build pages to suit their content marketing with simple drag and drop functionality.

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Pure Storage's new WordPress theme gives site editors fine-tuned control over product marketing efforts.

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GLAD.org's new redesign brings years worth of case files and advocacy work to life.

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Now cross-product blog owners on Join.me can work with the same account across multiple products, all within the same easy-to-use platform.

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Mass Eye and Ear relaunches its blog platform on a clean, new WordPress install, empowering the hospital to showcase new research and successes.

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I helped LogMeIn bring all its product blogs under a single WordPress Multisite platform, making life easier for their content editors.

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The new Freemasons website empowers the lodge's leadership to easily manage front facing content for the institution in WordPress' Dashboard.

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WordPress-powered Your Brand Week connects logo designers to small businesses in a one-page checkout.

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Design Director Matt LeGrand of Common Sensing approached me to redesign his startup's one-pager in anticipation of the launch of his new insulin-tracking device, the GoCap.