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Responsive and Traditional Web Design

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b2ap3_thumbnail_responsive-traditional-design.jpgResponsive Web Design (RWD) is an approach where design and development should respond to the user’s behavior and their environment. The environment is based on screen size, platform and device orientation. The technology uses a mix of flexible grids, layouts, images and an intelligent use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Based on the device used to access the site, the website will automatically switch to accommodate for resolution, image size and scripting abilities. This would eliminate the need for different templates based on the device used to access the website.

Traditional Web Design or Web 2.0 allows for unlimited design and function delivery. Through the advancement of HyperText Markup Language (HTML), Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML), JavaScript (JS), and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Intrada can quickly deliver a simple landing page or advance online applications by using standard platforms.

A website's success is not solely based on the technology it uses, but more so, it's ability to provide for customers what they need and to engage potential prospects to become new clients. Intrada breaks down the development process and assigns the appropriate team of professional individuals to focus on specific aspects of the process.

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Expertise - David is one of today’s new breed of technology pioneers creating, building and managing technology for today’s business environment. In 2000, David co-founded Intrada Technologies, Inc. In 2001, Intrada partnered with Micro-One Computer Center to create Micro-Link, a regional ISP serving more than 2000 dial-up customers. He also developed a public wireless network for commercial industry in Williamsport / Montoursville / Montgomery, PA that includes corporate email, broadband, VPN, firewall, network management, consulting, installation and training. In 2004, he sold the Dialup and Wireless portions of the business, with Intrada assuming the Micro-Link hosting and commercial ISP services. Today, David’s primary business focus is web development and network management.


Client Depth - David’s clients include health care, telecommunications, retail outlets and cataloging, and web-based robotic management systems. He has implemented full E-commerce and inventory billing systems, visual packing and shipping systems and other E-commerce solutions for large distributors with EDI interfaces and multiple vendors.


Accomplishments - David gained his expertise from a unique combination of formal education, natural ability, and on-the-job learning. He acquired his business acumen studying business management and computer programming at Pennsylvania College of Technology. In addition, David studied privately with renowned lighting and theater designer Stan Prestner at UCLA, where he learned the intricacies of light engineering and design and electrical sound reinforcement for live performance.


In addition, David continues to pursue advanced training in new media and technology developments.  djsteele@intradatech.com  570-321-7370 x102

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