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Responsive Design High Performance

By : Dewald C Els, Dewald Els
Book Image

Responsive Design High Performance

By: Dewald C Els, Dewald Els

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (16 chapters)
Responsive Design High Performance
Credits
About the Author
About the Reviewers
www.PacktPub.com
Preface
7
Speeding Up Development with Design Concepts, Patterns, and Programs
Index

About the Reviewers

Younes Baghor (W3bwizart) is a freelance lead developer at KBC Touch. He started his career as a welder of trucks and containers and later became a maître d'hôtel. In 2007, he decided to become a programmer, and he graduated in 2010. Although educated in .NET, he was inspired by the Web and HTML5, JavaScript in particular. His experience with web technologies gives him an overall knowledge of the current technologies, libraries, and methodologies driving the modern web today.

Younes is not a guru or expert but knows JavaScript, AngularJS, HTML5, CSS3, mobile-first, progressive enhancement, and responsive design.

Rodrigo Encinas has worked for more than 12 years for companies in different fields, from advertising and television to world-class fashion brands and communication. Nowadays, he works a consultant for international companies, helping them develop web applications and improve user experience with best practices and modern patterns, such as HTML5, responsive web design, and single-page applications.

Evan Mullins has always been interested in both design and technology. He studied digital media and earned his BFA degree from the University of Georgia. While attending university, he also studied computer science, animation, and new media. Evan loves the cross-section of art and technology that he finds in the Web.

Professionally, Evan has worked with a slew of start-ups, small businesses, and agencies that build websites: Cartoon Network, Ogilvy & Mather, and Brand Fever. He is currently the lead web developer at Brown Bag Marketing. He is continually busy designing and developing interesting things online.

Since 2004, Evan has maintained a circlecube studio (http://circlecube.com/2007/01/welcome-to-circle-cube-studio/), a freelance web studio and playground for open source experiments, examples, and tips that he simply shares as he learns along the way. The blog's content centers on interactive development principles and technologies. He shares what he learns online as well as at conferences.

Evan is happily married and a proud father of four. He enjoys spending time away from work at his real job—his family. He's also busy volunteering for his church and enjoys camping, playing soccer, and playing music.