Implementing a Responsive Image Strategy

Applications must implement responsive web design strategies today. However most developers are not experienced in responsive techniques. More over images have provided a difficult hurdle for developers and business stakeholders to make responsive.

A proper responsive web design strategy increases return on investment, reduces long term maintenance requirements and improves application performance. Images create many challenges in implementing responsive design.

This session will explain what responsive images are. How new web standards have enabled manageable responsive image practices. We will go over tooling and techniques to enable responsive images in your developer and line of business workflows.

When you leave this session you will have actionable knowledge of responsive images, techniques, tooling and workflow options you can apply to your projects now.

Chris Love

Chris Love is a front-end developer for people and companies who are lost in the sea of modern web and user experience standards. He has a quarter century of web development experience, and has built a wide variety of web sites and applications in those years. In recent years, he immersed himself in progressive web applications and web performance optimization.

He applies these interests to run a small web consulting company, Love2Dev, that focuses on Progressive Web Applications and modern web technology. Love2Dev offers web development and analysis to help companies engage end users and operate more efficiently.

Chris authored 3 web development books including, High Performance Single Page Web Applications, He is currently authoring a new Progressive Web App book for Packt, due out this Fall.

He is a 10 time Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET and Web Platform. Chris regularly speaks at user groups, code camps and developer conferences. He blogs at and is active on Twitter, @ChrisLove.

Through his blog, speaking and books, he’s here to help you shake up your approach to web development while making it all feel like fun. His insights and opinions have been featured in various magazines, popular podcasts web sites. He has helped hundreds of businesses and individuals, ranging from mom and pop shops through major corporate brands, to build modern web experiences.

When he’s not working on front-end development, you can find him spending time with his step-kids, learning karate, training for Spartan races and serving on his church board of directors.

You can follow Chris’ Blog at and on Twitter @ChrisLove.