How to put “Responsive” in the SharePoint 2010 User Experience


Creating an engaging user experience in SharePoint isn’t simply about getting the functionality right based on the business requirements. Developers must think about the entire user experience. Not only for the browser based clients, but we also now have to consider mobile – tablets, phones, etc. A Responsive Design is the answer. You will see the basic ins and outs of using client-side development, using things like XSL, CSS, jQuery and JavaScript in SharePoint, to make the SharePoint user experience Responsive. In this demo-packed session you will learn: Add custom styling and graphic elements to your pages using custom markup and CSS. Best practices for storing and deploying JQuery and other script content into SharePoint. How to get quick wins with little effort using JQuery plugins (I.e. accordions), XSL and CSS Other tips and tricks for Responsive design

While this session is based on SharePoint 2010, no matter which version of SharePoint you are using, this session will show you how to get started client side development tools.

Jennifer Kenderdine

Jennifer Kenderdine is a SharePoint Subject Matter Expert at Trellist Marketing|Technology. She has been a SharePoint professional since Jan 2007, working with MOSS 2007, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013 and Office365. She is proficient at integrating business processes through InfoPath and Workflow and SharePoint administration. Over the last few years, she has expanded her experience to include client side development (XSLT, JavaScript, HTML) and design, which she uses to enhance the user experience with SharePoint.