Responsive audio out
Thanks to Drew’s tireless work over the weekend, all the audio from the Responsive Day Out is available for your aural pleasure.
I’ve added them on Huffduffer. Subscribe to the RSS feed in the podcast-listening application of your choice. Or feel free to cherry-pick from the day’s snappy, quick-fire talks:
- Sarah Parmenter: The Responsive Workflow
- David Bushell: Responsive Navigation
- Tom Maslen: Cutting the Mustard
- Jeremy chatting with Sarah, David, and Tom
- Richard Rutter: Responsive Web Fonts
- Josh Emerson: Asset Fonts
- Laura Kalbag: Design Systems
- Elliot Jay Stocks: RWD — The War Has Not Yet Been Won
- Jeremy chatting with Richard, Josh, Laura, and Elliot
- Anna Debenham: Playing with Game Console Browsers
- Andy Hume: The Anatomy of a Responsive Page Load
- Bruce Lawson: What’s Next in StandardsLand
- Jeremy chatting with Anna, Andy, and Bruce
- Owen Gregory: Antiphonal Geometry
- Paul Lloyd: The Edge of the Web
- Mark Boulton: In Between
- Jeremy chatting with Owen, Paul, and Mark
Share and enjoy!
Previously on this day
Five things I learned from the internet.
Brighton to Illinois to Texas to Florida to Oregon to Washington to Brighton.
11 years ago I wrote
Talking about Huffduffer.
This life stream idea has legs. Also: why Yahoo Pipes and Ning won’t be duking it out.
Party like it’s SXSW06
A transcript of part of an iChat conversation with Jamie over at Message: