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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 37 posts in the archive for Responsive Design.

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Argus contracted me to develop Northeastern University's new NU Crossing website, a promotional brochureware for sharing networking events within the university.

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We wanted Philip's new website to highlight the tireless ingenuity of his firm, so the case studies took front and center right off the homepage.

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The website takes the full text of The Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa and randomly generates poems that can be saved into WordPress by visitors.

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Harvard Square's banking mainstay Cambridge Savings Bank was in need of a responsive redesign. Designer Aaron Scott and I teamed up to create this fresh new look.

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Jacqueline Gonzalez and I cofounded STEAMpunks Boston (STEM + the Arts thru Activism), a community arts group that brings creative professionals and local youth together in a live studio workplace ...

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The Leap website relied on a robust, shortcode-driven templating system that allowed the agency team to construct portfolio pages with no technical expertise.

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My approach in the redesign was to put the emphasis on the program's very visual experience, as well as make it easier for the program organizers to collect applications.

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Using WordPress as the platform for the website, I created a place for the founders of Leap to blog about branding and showcase their agency's work.