In this episode I chat to Matt Andrews who is web developer at The Guardian. Matt is involved into The Guardian’s push towards all things responsive and I first came across him via a great blog article he wrote about the paper’s approach to responsive. I was so intrigued by their efforts that I quickly snapped him up to speak at this year’s Port80 web conference in May (tickets still available blah blah plug blah). Matt’s also has a personal blog.
Apologies for the quality of my audio at the start…dunno what happened there….
Thanks go to Jess Hughes for her delicate hand on the old podcast edit deck.
The Jack Franklin’s (aka the “show notes”)
- The Guardian Facebook app
- The beta Guardian website
- The Guardian’s Open Platform (& content API)
- The Filament group
- W3C & responsive images
- Window.performance (& measuring bandwidth)
- The BBC website & ‘cutting the mustard’
- CSS multi-column techniques
- Google Pixel
- Clearleft: “Responsive Design on a Budget“
- Matt wearing his tie