The average web page now weighs more than the size of DOOM. While excessive scripts, CSS and fonts bear much of the burden for excess weight and sluggishness, images carry the most extra baggage per capita. This excess weight slows down page render times, while forcing customers to pay for the wasted bandwidth.
All modern browsers support the new responsive image specifications. Responsive images allow content managers to control image size, art and media types served to customer devices. Now instead of a single, one size fits all based on the largest screen size available, or clunky script based solutions your page can load the best image for the device and user agent size. While responsive images improve the user experience it adds extra burden to content managers and engineers to utilize a solution that does not impede workflow productivity.
This session will introduce you to responsive images and how to automate a workflow to properly create, host and integrate responsive images.