Responsive Web Design for the Revised Common Lectionary

  Lian Liu Presentation

Lian presented his project in August 2015 to the Divinity Library staff.

Fellowship: Project Proposal


About the Project

The Revised Common Lectionary (RCL) website is the most heavily used online resource in the Vanderbilt Library system. With over 100,000 unique visits from over 180 countries each month, mobile use has grown to one-third of the total. Based upon a user survey and independent user responses, development of a new delivery method using responsive web design is needed for ongoing technological relevance. Lian developed such a model by examining RCL analytics, researching best practices, and proposing an implementation plan. The plan included mockups of what the site would look like at a variety of display sizes, from a large desktop screen to a small mobile phone display.

Lian Liu

About the Fellow

Lian Liu is pursuing a Master's degree in Computer Science at Vanderbilt University. He holds a B.E. in Biomedical Engineering from Southern Medical University, China. In 2013, he worked with two other students at the Laboratory of Biomedical Imaging, Southern Medical University, helping develop an automatic cell measuring plug-in for ImageJ.

Lian presented his project in August 2015 to the Divinity Library staff.


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