Only a lazy blogger didn't post about responsive design. Internet is full of tutorials, articles, guides on how to create a responsive design. But what if you still can't design an adaptive website? What if you don't know where to start?
In May 2010 Ethan Marcotte (@beep) wrote the seminal article, Responsive Web Design. At first I took a dim view of the piece. Most of my mobile experience at the time was in developing mobile-optimized experiences that relied on browser-detection & serving separate templates. Honestly, it worked for me as a, primarily, server-side dev and it worked well. To me, responsive web design seemed like a front-end solution that didn’t take into account many of the issues facing mobile developers… apart from screen width that is.
We're thrilled to announce more than another page in Foundation's history — version 4.3, a step towards Foundation 5 in three important ways. Form Validation, a.k.a. Abide A lot of you have been asking for this feature since version 2.
Since January 2012, mobile email opens have increased a whopping 63% and now make up 44% of all opens. Synonymous with this trend has been a growth in articles about mobile design approaches, and tips on how to make emails that are optimized for viewing in all environments. While we’ve written numerous posts on the topic, there are tons of great articles and resources from other sources, too.
Adioso used to be accessible on mobile devices in the flick-panning, pinch/zooming kind of way. Then I joined the team last October as a designer and gave the frontend a complete overhaul. The result? an improved aesthetic, but a worse experience for our mobile users. The penny dropped during one of our team planning meetings.
Like the quest for the Holy Grail, Web developers have been searching for a magical solution that will make every website shine on any and every device. It appears that, if not the actual Grail itself, they have come upon something that takes them leagues closer to that elusive goal. It’s Responsive Web Design, or RWD, and in the past year it has been picking up tremendous momentum as the go-to solution for getting content onto an ever-growing and ever-more-disparate pool of Web devices. - See more at: http://www.keynote.com/benchmark/mobile_wireless/article-racing-toward-responsive.php#sthash.fZoCtyap.dpuf
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