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Responsive Web Design


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  1. Canada is looking really great right about now and the website for the City of Edmonton is looking even better. Paul Strandlund and Dylan Rogowsky explain their commitment to accessibility for all.

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  2. How does responsive design fit into large ecosystems, with touchpoints that span multiple devices and channels? Jonathon Thorpe from the Australian Tax Office talks about providing digital services at scale.

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  3. With rising income inequality, the Communist Party USA is attracting new members—and those people are on mobile devices. Mike Votto and Pankaj Jain show how a responsive redesign helps reach them.

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  4. Why go responsive for MyMSD, a service that helps people in New Zealand manage their benefits? Julia McConnell and Miriam Walker say their research showed people were likely to use low-end smartphones.

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  5. Fans of civic design: Listen to Lauren Lockwood, Chief Digital Officer for the City of Boston discuss the rollout of a pilot responsive website and Drupal CMS for Boston.gov.

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  6. Episode 72: Vets.gov

    As more veterans return home from Iraq and Afghanistan, they’ll need help from the VA on their mobile devices. Emily Wright-Moore and Danny Chapman tell us about the beta release of vets.gov.

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  7. Naa Marteki Reed and Dan Munz describe the cultural shifts that happened within the CFPB to make responsive the baseline—and to deliver more robust products more quickly.

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  8. Imagine you have hundreds of websites in multiple languages. Do you want to add m-dot sites to the mix? Becca Jenkins explains why the U.S. Department of State is migrating their mission websites to a unified responsive platform.

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  9. Responsive design often goes hand-in-hand with a pattern library. Mollie Ruskin and Julia Elman explain how the U.S. Web Design Standards makes government websites more consistent and easier to build.

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  10. Can a responsive redesign change the way city government works? Geoffrey Daniel and Steve Fisher explain how this website project changed the way the City of Surrey interacts with citizens.

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