I'll be giving a talk on responsive design at the 2013 Drupalcamp Twin Cities. I'll be discussing how responsive design as a field goes far deeper than just squishy grids, and get in to various techniques, tips and resources for web themers to use. The talk will be from a Drupal perspective, though the content does apply to any site building or CMS.
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This July 18-21st, we are hosting the 3rd annual DrupalCamp Twin Cities! This is a local conference, held at the St. Thomas campus in downtown Minneapolis, where you can take part in introductory training sessions, and 2 days of sessions devoted to topics all about Drupal.
If you want to learn more about the software, no matter you experience level, you should sign up. It's only $35 for 2 days of sessions (Fri and Sat) and FREE for the Thursday training. A whole day of training for FREE!! You can learn more at http://tcdrupal.org
I don't sell CDs, tires, or books. There are no physical goods that trade hands when I build a website. I provide a service, not a good. For myself, as a web designer and developer, that means I do not pay sales taxes on my services.
The concept of "above the fold" refuses to die. And while it definitely retains some value, it is long-since time to rethink the concept when building a website.
I recently stepped into a remodeled JCPenney, not far from my home, in the Southdale Mall, Edina. Since my father worked for Penneys for 35+ years, I've always been willing to give them a chance, even though they never were the hippest of stores. But as you probably know, the company recently replaced their CEO with Ron Johnson, who famously headed up Apple's Retail stores to great success.