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Responsive Web Design


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  1. Amherst.edu is more than a college brochure—it’s the integrated platform for all their classroom learning tools. Roberta Diehl and Curt Kotula tell us about this massive redesign.

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  2. Michael Edelstone and Nick Wing from Texas State describe a responsive design and CMS replatforming that treats website visitors and content editors as if they are both users of the system.

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  3. What’s different when teams do their second responsive design? Leigh Shoemaker and Michael Purdy describe a process that’s even more collaborative for the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

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  4. Responsive design is about more than fluid grids and media queries. Dave Olsen from West Virginia University explains how he advocates for content audits, pattern libraries, and in-browser prototyping.

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  5. How do you support mobile users across more than 460 university websites? Turns out responsive design is the best answer, according to Erik Runyon from Notre Dame.

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  6. Responsive web design is just web design. Justin McDowell and Elaine Nelson tell us how responsive fits in to their overall web strategy and management at Evergreen.

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  7. When you step onto the grounds of Harvard University, you expect well-kept lawns and good signage. The same is true when you visit any of Harvard’s digital properties. Chief Digital Officer Perry Hewitt tells us how they focus on strategy and a collaborative process.

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