PRLog - Oct. 9, 2012 - MIAMI -- According to Miami web designer Bruce Arnold, "Responsive Web Design" is not the web design regimen that technohype claims but rather the result of mobile-friendly, standards-based Web 3.0 front-end development. He cites the recently launched PetersonIndustries.com - a website designed and developed by his firm - as a textbook example of what "#RWD" should be.
Responsive Web Design
"Peterson Industries VP and Sales Manager Jennifer Cynamon asked us for a simple website to showcase the framed and frameless glass enclosures they manufacture and share their product specifications with the architects, contractors and distributors who comprise their market." Arnold explained. "The responsive web design we delivered filled the bill by making those specs easily accessible via desktop, notebook, tablet or mobile browser."
An integrated and highly accurate WURFL DDR (device description repository) - which unlike CSS media queries places no additional load on smartphone microprocessors - is used to identify and adjust content presentation for Android, iPad, iPhone and other smartphone user agents. And for not-so-smart phones, or roughly 75% of the Mobile Web marketplace (youtu.be/lx4NoT03Yi0)
"Bruce Arnold was great..." VP Cynamon attested. "I gave him very little to work with and he was still able to produce something that exceeded my expectations at a budget within my means. He walked me through the process in a language I could understand."
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