I was fortunate enough to be part of a great team at netrixllc.com that included a talented designer (jasonbitner.com), senior back-end developer and intern. We were tasked with developing a responsive Umbraco CMS web site for a student living company. The client needed several features including the ability to update all content and image, search functionality and a dynamic map with all of their locations and properties. My role on this project was senior front-end developer. My tasks included converting the design files into a css/sass style guide, creating the html5 templates for the cms, creating some of the doc types and other dynamic fields within Umbraco as well as designing some of the interior page designs based off of the primary designs. It was a fun project that allowed me to work within all of my design and development skill range.
As with any modern web site, the ability to conform to all shape and sizes of devices was key. Testing for the project was done both on physical devices as well as browserstack.com.