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18 practical responsive design tools and resources for wireframing - Econsultancy

18 practical responsive design tools and resources for wireframing - Econsultancy | Tips | Scoop.it
Introduction... You’re probably growing tired of the phrase ‘responsive design’, but it isn’t one of those overly-hyped buzz phrases that you can ignore, and it’s not going to go away anytime soon. The reality is that many sites – ours included – still need to figure out how to deliver a consistent user experience that adapts to devices with different screen sizes. So, I thought I’d compile a few resources, and some lovely tools, to help you (and me) to go down the responsive design route.
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6+ Tools To Check If Website Is Down For Everyone Or Just You

6+ Tools To Check If Website Is Down For Everyone Or Just You | Tips | Scoop.it
“ Do you want to know if the downtime of a website is happening to everybody or just you? here are 6+ tool to do the check”
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10 Freelance Tools for Project Management and Planning

10 Freelance Tools for Project Management and Planning | Tips | Scoop.it
“ Regarded as one of the most challenging tasks, project management is quite a feat to attempt.”
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OSX Daily: How to Access & Use the Undo & Redo Buttons on iPad

OSX Daily: How to Access & Use the Undo & Redo Buttons on iPad | Tips | Scoop.it
"Much like OS X and Windows on the desktop, iOS on the iPad has an “Undo” and “Redo” option. Undo does just what it sounds like, it undoes the last text based action. For example, if you typed out a sentence but decided it wasn’t what you wanted to say, you could hit “Undo” and it would instantly disappear. Redo is also fairly self explanatory, as it redoes the prior text action that was just undone. For example, if you wanted to restore that sentence you typed out but made disappear with “Undo”, then hitting “Redo” would make it appear again."
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