#btconf Düsseldorf, Germany 19 - 21 Nov 2012

Mark Boulton

Mark Boulton is a graphic designer living in South Wales, UK with his wife and two daughters.

He runs a small design studio, Mark Boulton Design, working with clients such as ESPN, CERN, Al Jazeera and Drupal. In the past, he worked for the BBC and Agency.com, designing experiences for all manner of clients and people across the world.

He also runs a small publishing imprint, Five Simple Steps, and a tool for making grids for web; Gridset.

Adapting to Responsive Design

Responsive design involves more than just fluid grids and media queries. The move to adaptive web sites touches every part of an organisation: from content needs and content management, to editorial workflows and project management. The way we design and build web sites is changing, but the way we write, manage, and evolve our websites needs to change, too. Mark will share his thoughts and experience of how adopting responsive web design practices needs to begin in the the boardroom, rather than the developer’s office.