Tarleton's Responsive Website Conversion Project

Web Services is working on a project to:Responsive Web Design

  1. Make Tarleton.edu's web pages "responsive"
  2. Reorganize content on Tarleton.edu to a more intuitive, service-oriented structure

Responsive web design will allow Tarleton's website to be viewable on multiple screen sizes by shuffling and resizing content (or "squishy" as we like to call it. Smily) This means that there will no longer be a need for a separate mobile website (www.tarleton.edu/m) because the main website will reorganize to fit in your mobile device and ANY size device, for that matter.

TAMU recently presented on the subject of responsive web design in the presentation "Best of Both Worlds." To get a better idea of what responsive web design is and how the process of implementing a responsive web site may work at Tarleton, please view the recorded webinar. The webinar recording can be viewed streaming or downloaded at: http://gomobile.tamu.edu/2013/06/06/best-of-both-worlds-how-to-think-like-a-designer-work-like-a-developer

Where are we at?


November 2014

How can I prepare?

Thanks for asking!

There are a couple of ways you can prepare your department, organization, or faculty web site for the conversion: