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Responsive Web Design


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  1. Theirworld helps children achieve their potential. Ewan Watt and Ellen de Vries tell us how their innovative new responsive website helps with that mission.

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  2. If the goal of a library is to respond to the needs of the community, then its website should do the same. Toby Greenwalt and Matt Griffin describe the redesign of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

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  3. A redesign of the Audubon website performed better than their wildest expectations. Mark Jannot and Mike Monteiro explain there wasn’t even a question about going responsive.

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  4. Sure, the page is dead, but now what? If you’re Code for America, you work with Clearleft to develop a pattern library and a component-based CMS built in Jekyll to deliver a new responsive website. Cyd Harrell and Jeremy Keith tell us about their fast-paced, iterative process.

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