Building sites which adapt gracefully to different screen sizes is no longer a domain reserved for crazy web experiments. With a suitable structure, you can provide multiple layouts targeted at different screen sizes for relatively little additional effort. Learn about the “why” of responsive design, how it works, and implementation strategies for your Django webapps.
Previous knowledge of Compass and the Less Framework are helpful—but not required.
About Idan Gazit
Idan is a design geek, fascinated with things at the intersection of functionality, usability, and things that delight the eyes. By day, he's a cofounder of Skills (http://skillsapp.com), by night he's Django's benevolent dictator for design issues. Idan would have a blog if he got around to actually setting one up, for now he is best followed on Twitter as @idangazit.