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Responsive Web Design a case study: 2012 Cisco Networking Academy Venezuela Annual Conference

Posted by Darwin Morillo
Darwin Morillo
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on Jueves, 14 Febrero 2013
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In the mobile-ready websites debate a project emerged with the idea of having seamlessly presence not only in all browers but also in the mobile device fauna. Its content strategy, business identity, branding requirements and time were key factors for choosing responsive web design as a development approach.

The scope

The 2012 Cisco Networking Academy Venezuela Annual Conference is a forum designed to enhance communication, exchange of knowledge and direct contact between students, instructors and professionals interested in supporting the development of technological excellence in Venezuela. Is an open space for information exchange, technological innovation analysis and creativity, and gather each year, more than 1,000 students and teachers belonging to the Networking Academy program in Venezuela.

In 2012 Dr. Rafael Belloso Chacín University was chosen to host The Cisco Networking Academy Venezuela Annual Conference, this important designation brings the responsibility of creating the best environment and technological platform for supporting this event.

Responsive Web Design (RWD)

Is a reality that this matter is all around the web but a definition of responsive web design is always handy:
This term refers to an approach that suggests that design and development should respond to different screen size, platform and orientation. The technique consists of a mix of flexible grids, layouts, images and CSS media queries. As the user switches from their laptop to iPad, the website should automatically switch to accommodate for resolution, image size and scripting abilities.

Using (RWD) goes some way to delivering a better experience for people with mobile phones and tablets. It’s hard to get consistent stats about the state of the device market in Venezuela, and user behavior will vary widely from site-to-site and between different segments of the audience.

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