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What Are The Trends For Web Design in 2012?

What Are The Trends For Web Design in 2012? | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
There is no doubt about the fact that screen size is not an issue anymore and designing for all sizes is crucial – this is the stand point of web design trends in 2012.

 

This article by Christian Vasile (@christianvasil) and 1st Web Designer (@1stwebdesigner) Asks the question "Why is responsive web design crucial?"

 

Good discussion and examples pointing out some of the key issues.

 

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Mobile Website Design – 5 Considerations for an Amazing User Experience

Mobile Website Design – 5 Considerations for an Amazing User Experience | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
There are five considerations that designers need to keep in mind to offer their users a highly engaging user experience. This article gives readers a closer look into these considerations and what they mean for mobile website design.

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What Are Meta Tags and Why Are They Important?

What Are Meta Tags and Why Are They Important? | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
Meta Tags have been one of the most basic elements of SEO. It is a must to know for every SEO practitioner. Are meta tags a factor in Google page rank? Is it important? What effect does it have in your site's SEO?
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Responsive Reading | November 2012

Responsive Reading | November 2012 | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

In the third edition of Responsive Reading, @Zurb dug up some interesting resources on responsive images and patterns. In addition, they found a few posts which further analyzed the pros and cons of using responsive design for your projects. Enjoy this month's edition!


Lots of information, great read from the folks at @Zurb

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6 Free Mobile Device Emulators For Testing Your Site | Webdesigner Depot

6 Free Mobile Device Emulators For Testing Your Site | Webdesigner Depot | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

A mobile phone emulator lets you check the responsiveness and functionality of the website across different mobile platforms, such as iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry, without actually having the devices in hand


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25 Best Responsive WordPress Themes 2012

25 Best Responsive WordPress Themes 2012 | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
The quality of these Responsive WordPress Themes is excellently good in real sense as this is what matters the most. You can have a quick look for selecting the designs for your device.
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Fluid Grids in Responsive Web Design Tutorial

Fluid Grids in Responsive Web Design Tutorial | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

It’s your decision to choose between a fixed or fluid grid to design the layout. Throughout this tutorial we are going to focus on fluid grids and their importance in responsive design.


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An Introduction to Responsive Web Design

An Introduction to Responsive Web Design | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
High quality web design should be able to serve all types of browsers on all types of devices. Responsive webdesign is the way to go.

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Why Google Loves Responsive Design

Why Google Loves Responsive Design | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
In early June the official Google blog came out with a definitive stance on recommendations for smartphone optimized websites.

 

This article details the reasons Google loves responsive design, but also reasons why the visitors to your website will enjoy it. After all, a new website design that pleases search engines but which turns people away from your site is of no use...

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HTML5 and Mobile

HTML5 and Mobile | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

A new set of benchmarks showing that HTML5 runs up to 6 to 10 times slower than on a current laptop. The conclusion is that this will limit the ability of developers to create more complex multi-platform HTML5 content. Post by @thebeebs focus is mobile games, though the principles apply to all HTML5 media.

 

Click the link below for the original article by @ITProPortal HTML5 performance on mobile http://www.itproportal.com/2012/05/24/html5-mobile-performance-lags-way-behind-laptops/

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25 Free Responsive HTML Website Templates

25 Free Responsive HTML Website Templates | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
responsive website design and layouts are mainstream trend free html css responsive website templates to promote mobile version consumers.

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http://yithemes.com/blog/free-themes/pinkrio-a-free-responsive-html-template/

Pinkrio is a strong and powerful XHTML/CSS template with a clean and responsive layout, useful for both corporate and portfolio websites. As if you were on a tropical beach, you can use it to entertain your users and to involve them into what you’re trying to propose them with your website.

Pinkrio is the perfect HTML template for a corporate/brandable site project and also for personal portfolio and blogs.
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24 CSS Frameworks for Responsive Web Design

24 CSS Frameworks for Responsive Web Design | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

Responsive web design (often abbreviated to RWD) is an approach to web design in which a site is crafted to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).

 

All of the CSS Frameworks below have been built with strict compliance to standards and conventions. These Frameworks will help you develop sites that look beautiful at any size!

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WebPlatform.org

WebPlatform.org | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

An open community of developers building resources for a better web, regardless of brand, browser or platform.


This site has the backing of some of the biggest players on the Web: Adobe, Apple, Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft,Mozilla, Nokia, and Opera. These organizations are stewards for the project, enabling W3C to convene the community and grow the site. Beyond their strong organizational commitment, dedicated individuals from these organizations have invested time to make this happen. Moving forward, it will likewise be dedicated individuals –hopefully including you– who help keep the site up to date, make sure that the information is pragmatic and useful, that the features meet real-world needs, and that people find the help they are looking for.

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The Pros & Cons of Responsive Web Design

The Pros & Cons of Responsive Web Design | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

However, now with Responsive Web Design, a page is constructed in a way that it automatically adapts to the device’s screen size. Although, there are many advantages to Responsive web design, there are few disadvantages as well.


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The 20 Best Tools for Choosing a Color Scheme

The 20 Best Tools for Choosing a Color Scheme | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
Creating a colour scheme is essential to good design. We’ve gathered together 20 fantastic tools to help you perfect your colour choices.
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75 Top Typography Tutorials From @CreativeBloq

75 Top Typography Tutorials From @CreativeBloq | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
This round-up of typography tutorials has a central theme of experimentation. Learn how to design a headline typeface, create isometric 3D lettering and to smelt your favourite font.
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Create Emails for Any Device: Introducing Responsive Email Templates

Create Emails for Any Device: Introducing Responsive Email Templates | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
Today, more and more emails are being read on mobile devices more than on desktop computers. Thanks to the popularity of the smartphone, the iOS mail client is now at the top of the heap.

 

Great advice from @ZURB about responsive email design without media queries... read the article to learn why... then downlaod these free templates: 

 

http://www.zurb.com/playground/responsive-email-templates

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Responsive Img - a jQuery Plugin for Responsive Images

Responsive Img - a jQuery Plugin for Responsive Images | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

Responsive Img swaps out an image's src attribute based on its container's width when the DOM is ready and when the browser is resized.


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Royalty-Free Stock Photos, Illustrations & Vector Art

Royalty-Free Stock Photos, Illustrations & Vector Art | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
The best stock agency with millions of premium high-quality stock photos, royalty-free images, illustrations and vector art at affordable prices.
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Responsive Email Design From Campaign Monitor

Responsive Email Design From Campaign Monitor | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it
Campaign Monitor makes it easy to attract new subscribers, send them beautiful email newsletters and see stunning reports on the results.

 

If you read your email regularly using an Internet-enabled phone, you probably know that it's an experience that can swing from awesome to awful. While an email newsletter can look superb in the inbox, when squeezed onto a small screen, it can become absolutely unusable, with small fonts, narrow columns and broken layouts being common issues.

 

In this guide, Campaign Monitor looks at why designing for mobile has become a necessary skill for email designers, cover the fundamentals of designing and building a mobile-friendly email and back it all up with some neat tips and techniques. They assume you know a little about coding HTML for email, but if not, there a couple of great guides to get you started.

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Responsify Images Automatically With Responsive Img

Responsify Images Automatically With Responsive Img | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

We need different sizes of an image for responsive layouts so that they fit perfectly and so that visitors won’t need to download the full size when they are viewing from smaller screens.


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Valuable Tools For Responsive Webdesign

Valuable Tools For Responsive Webdesign | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

Today, there is a huge range of devices to think about. Some users will be basking in a state of the art 30” LED screen, others on a 15” laptop, some will be on netbooks, a bunch will be on tablets (in various sizes) and a load more will be on differently spec’d smartphones. So whatever your site was originally designed for (eg the ubiquitous 960px grid), every other format will be, to a greater or lesser extent, a compromise.

 

@gonzodesign has gathered a collection of valuable tools for responsive webdesign. http://www.dzinepress.com


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Optimizing User Experience with Responsive Web Design

Optimizing User Experience Across Devices withResponsive Web Design.

 

What is responsive webdesign?


Responsive web design abbreviated to RWD is an approach to web design in which a site is crafted to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones.

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Responsive CSS Frameworks

Responsive CSS Frameworks | Multi-Device Webdesign | Scoop.it

A list of great responsive css frameworks that will save you a lot of time and get you up and running on your next projects.


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Responsive Web Design vs Adaptive Web Design | b2bmarketing.net

There are 2 proven techniques that provide this idyllic solution; Responsive Web Design (RWD) and Adaptive Web Design (AWD). As their names would suggest they have similarities, yet are very different methods for optimising websites for mobile devices. @gonzodesign


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