WTF RWD! Agreeing to Disagree
Some say responsive web design means a different content strategy between different devices based on the context of use. Others say responsive web design means getting the same content no matter what device and context. Join us as we agree to disagree in this heated debate on responsive web design and how it interweaves with coding, analytics, SEO and user experience.
The Texas Tribune
I do programming, project management, and translation between people who use a mouse and people who use use a command line. In my current position I've overseen several responsive projects and in doing so developed a healthy skepticism for the assumption that you always get to start from scratch when designing a responsive site.
Content & UX Strategy Dir
Caryn is currently the Content & UX Strategy Director at Springbox in Austin, Texas for clients such as Nestle Waters, PayPal and more. From working for 90's gold rush and bust .com Russian mafia funded companies to cubicle landscaped corporations to the digital agency world, she's the content maid people call to clean up metadata crime scenes and rescue user experience from an early death.
Chris is WordPress plugin developer for iThemes.com where he develops the iThemes Security (formerly Better WP Security) plugin. He is also a teacher as well as a licensed pilot.
Sr Content Strategist
Hawk works with client and agency teams to share compelling brand stories across platforms. For more than a decade, Hawk has provided interactive content strategy for such clients as Southwest Airlines, Samsung Mobile and Delta Air Lines. Hawk recently spoke at CS Forum 2013 about how content strategy, content marketing, native advertising and journalism can help each other. As a content director, Hawk has spoken at SXSWi, the University of Texas System Seminar, Texas Ad Group and elsewhere about digital media and user experience. In his free time Hawk plays drums and heads up Multiple Drafts, a content meet-up in Austin.