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FCW : February 2013
Responsive design: Planning for future-friendly websites The Web team at AIDS.gov foresaw the mobile revolution several years ago and worked hard to get in front of it, building and launching a mobile Web template in 2010 that optimized the look, layout and elements of its existing site to meet the unique needs of mobile users. That hasn t been enough, however, to deal with the explo- sion in mobile traf c that has taken place since, said Jer- emy Vanderlan, technical lead for AIDS.gov and interactive media lead at ICF International. He added that the number of users accessing the site via smart phones, tablet PCs and other mobile devices has grown from 2.5 percent to 30 percent in just two years. "The problem is that there is an ever-expanding universe of devices, and if you try to develop for every single one of them, you re bound to eventually run out of resources," Vanderlan said. Even Web templates tailored speci cally for mobile users still have to be adapted to meet changes in device screen size and form factor. ExecTe c h BY H.B. HATTER New techniques allow developers to design one website that adjusts to a variety of mobile platforms 38 February 2013 FCW.COM
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