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[Slideshow] – Responsive Web Design: How the mobile web has changed the way we think and work.

On April 16th, Nick Weaver (@nickweaver) and I gave a presentation at the Madison Web Design & Dev Meetup titled “Responsive Web Design: How the mobile web has changed the way we think and work.” Here’s the slideshow of the presentation for your enjoyment!

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