Responsive & Ready: Why Drupal 8 is Ideal for Building Mobile-first Experiences on Any Device or Screen

One of the overarching missions of Drupal 8 since development began has been transforming Drupal into a mobile-first platform. Thanks to the hard work of the Drupal 8 Mobile Initiative, Drupal 8 is now an ideal platform not only for building sites on your phone or tablet but also for building mobile applications and responsive websites.

Join Acquia for a webinar that delves deeply into how Drupal is your optimal solution for all mobile-first approaches, including core responsive themes, responsive administration, and the fast-growing space of native mobile applications. With Drupal 8, creating mobile experiences for everyone from your users to your developers is a cinch.

  • Why Drupal 8 is now mobile-first
  • For editors: Responsive administration and toolbar
  • For themers: Responsive and mobile-friendly core themes
  • For site builders: The Breakpoint and Responsive Image modules
  • For application developers: Native mobile applications with Web Services in core

Watch the recorded webinar

occurred on

Wednesday, December 16, 2015 EST


1:00 PM



Preston So, Acquia

Preston So

Director of Research and Innovation Acquia

Preston So has been a web developer and designer since 2001, a creative professional since 2004, and a Drupal developer since 2007. As Director of Research and Innovation at Acquia, Preston leads Acquia Labs and new open-source and research initiatives. Previously, he managed the Entertainment Weekly website, led its development team at Time Inc., co-founded the Southern Colorado Drupal User Group (est. 2008), and operated an award-winning web and print design studio. Preston has presented at conferences on four continents and in multiple languages about diverse topics such as decoupled Drupal, responsive design, front-end development, and user experience. Most recently, Preston presented the keynotes at DrupalCamp Connecticut 2016 and, in Portuguese, at DrupalCamp Campinas 2016 in Brazil.

"Working at Acquia allows me to contribute back to an open source community I love deeply," he said.