The Flexslider image display is eliminated on devices with smaller displays, such as small-screened smartphones. This eliminates need to load the images (saving bandwidth) and saves the screen space taken by the small, non-contributing images. This is an example of how easy it is to tailor an adaptive web design to special cases.
This page uses Flexslider
"Flexslider: An awesome, fully responsive jQuery slider plugin.
Simple, semantic markup
Supported in all major browsers
Horizontal/vertical slide and fade animations
Multiple slider support, Callback API, and more
Hardware accelerated touch swipe support
Custom navigation options
Use any html elements in the slides" - from the site
All pages use the jQuery UI
"About jQuery UI:
The entire site uses a personally modified version of Skeleton
"A Beautiful Boilerplate for Responsive, Mobile-Friendly Development by Dave Gamache
What Is It?
Skeleton is a small collection of CSS & JS files that can help you rapidly develop sites that look beautiful at any size, be it a 17" laptop screen or an iPhone. Skeleton is built on three core principles" - from the site
All pages use HTML5 Boilerplate
"HTML5 Boilerplate is the professional frontend developers's base HTML/CSS/JS template for a fast, robust and future-safe site.
After more than four years in iterative development, you get the best of the best practices baked in: cross-browser normalization, performance optimizations, even optional features like cross-domain XHR and Flash. A starter Apache .htaccess config file hooks you up with caching rules and preps your site to serve HTML5 video, use @font-face, and drop your site's filesize by half with robust gzipping.
Boilerplate is not a framework, nor does it prescribe any philosophy of development, it's just got some tricks to get your project off the ground quickly and right-footed." - from the site
The title uses FitText.js
"A jQuery plugin for inflating web type
FitText makes font-sizes flexible. Use this plugin on your fluid or responsive layout to achieve scalable headlines that fill the width of a parent element." - from the site