responsive design

Responsive design is the practice of building a website front end (the part that the user sees in the browser, as opposed to the “back end,” or what happens on the server) to accomodate any screen resolution, from tiny mobile devices such as phones, up to large desktop monitors. It is accomplished by altering the layout and/or content of a page based on the available screen size. For example, a 3 column layout on a desktop display might drop to two columns on a tablet, and a single column on a smartphone.

Rosanne Cash new site

Rosanne Cash new site

We’ve worked on Grammy and Americana award winning recording artist Rosanne Cash’s site for several years now via our partners at Flyleaf Creative. This year, we managed a major transition from the old Expression Engine driven site to WordPress, along the way trying out (and abandoning) SquareSpace and switching hosting companies to make it a complete overhaul. We put the(…)

PEN American Center

PEN American Center

For most of 2012, Tom worked with the PEN American Center, Flyleaf Creative and Caga Idea to develop the new pen.org website. PEN hired Sri Lankan developers Caga Idea to do the project, and our friends at Flyleaf brought Tom in to help guide the team through an agile development process as a senior tech and(…)