11) Sticks, Spit & Duct Tape: Advanced RWD Layout Techniques – Josh Broton

You’ve made the decision.

You’re taking the plunge.

It’s responsive or bust.

But what happens after the first bit of HTML and CSS is on the page?

What if plan A doesn’t work?

HTML/CSS can be fickle, so it’s important to know 2 (or even 3) ways to accomplish the task at hand.

This session will be a quick overview of the history of responsive web design, as well as uncovering a plan B, C, and maybe D for your responsive layout.

Josh Broton

Josh is a front-end developer, user experience design lead, WordPress themer, and conference speaker.

During the day (and most nights, too), you’ll find him building responsive sites for VistaComm’s biggest clients and as the front-end developer of kidblog.org, where they’re re-imagining what an education-centric social network and blogging platform can do for teachers and students.

When he can get away from work, he loves to spend time on WordPress, JavaScript, responsive design, his awesome family, and ranting on Twitter.