Patrick Fulton is a front end developer who has been working with the web since 1998. He understands that the Internet, like the universe, is expanding at a startling rate, and that clean, semantic mark-up and content-driven, responsive layouts are the way forward. He believes in building sites that are device-agnostic, adapting layouts and experiences to a user's viewing environment.
Patrick employs the ideals of progressive enhancement in his work. This ensures solid fundamental experiences in older web browsers, while using the latest web technologies to further enrich interactions in more modern browsers.
Before his professional career began in earnest Patrick, like many, went to school. After attaining a BA in Journalism from Point Park University, he also acquired a degree in Multimedia/Web Design from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Patrick lives in Ambridge, Pennsylvania with his wife Tracey and their dog Walter.
- Web Conference at Penn State, June 6–7, 2013, University Park, PA