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We are proud to announce the launch of a responsive web design magazine for Carnegie Mellon alumni and friends. Initially launched a decade ago before RWD was born with uncertainty about whether alumni would engage with an online version, the magazine was initially designed for desktop and laptop devices and had a smaller content management system. As the multi-device world matured and the number of users increased, the magazine was sorely in need of an upgrade, which we magically completed in a short 3 months. How did we achieve the herculean feat in a short 3 months? Four secrets. First, we reused the existing design and Sitemap instead of reinventing new ones. Second, our seasoned development team has been on a roll transforming numerous websites into responsive web design; they have worked out most of the challenges around navigation, breakpoints, image sizing, optimal page size, and other subtle issues. Third, during the initial build, we had the foresight and taken … Continue reading
Big day! We launched a responsive web design magazine for our wonderful client, Oncology Nursing Society. They are a trade group that serves the educational, networking and information needs of 30,000 oncology nurses across the planet. The client had originally approached us to build a tablet app, which we are perfectly capable of building. However, when we heard that they would like to increase ad revenues, market share and search rankings, we steered them towards a responsive web design magazine. Here is a screen shot for your enjoyment: Click here to experience the magazine website on your favorite digital device. In the upcoming days, we will write more blog posts to share our lessons learned from this fantastic project. The responsive web design magazine paradigm is perfect for print magazines produced by alumni departments of colleges, and membership driven non-profits & trade groups.