Responsive Typography

A presentation at CLT Sass by James Steinbach

You can tell a site has been programmed hastily when they try using the same 40px headline size on a mobile screen as they do on a large 4K display. Unfortunately, most of our RWD effort is spent on menus, grid systems, image sizes, and collapsible content. When that's the case, we fail to make the most basic component of the page responsive: typography.

In this talk, we'll look at what responsive typography is, why it's necessary, and how to implement it quickly with Sass.