All posts in category Responsive

Design for Everything, Everywhere.

November 29, 2012

As occurs frequently on Twitter, I was able to enjoy a conversation between two prominent figures of the design industry as they exchanged insights. This one really made me sit up and take notice. I’ll reproduce it in full here, short and sweet as it is: @trentwalton: Lines between mobile, tablet & everything else are […]

Return to the garden

July 18, 2012

(or: Designers Assemble!)   I shouldn’t need to declare support (again) for the pursuit of responsive web design as the future for online design. What irks me though is not so much a sense that visual design is being compromised in order to achieve a responsive outcome, but that the fact is not being acknowledged. […]

Adapting to responsive

June 13, 2012

Responsive web design has reached the grand old age of two and remains the single most important shift in design and development for the web since the advent of CSS. Broken record I have written previously about the dangers of dogmatic approaches, emphasising that we should move in the direction of responsive design increasingly and […]

Reflections on Refresh

February 27, 2012

…or how I learned to stop worrying and love the Responsive Summit. Apart from work itself, two industry events dominated last week for me. I was directly involved in one, but watched the other from afar with many others. As it transpired the two were not unrelated. On Monday evening I was fortunate enough to […]

Small viewports… and the death of the fold

August 11, 2011

Like all the best/worst B-movies, the bad guy you thought was dead and gone has summoned up his last ounce of strength for one last attack. The Fold is back. With a twist. A short debate The debate about whether a ‘fold’ exists on the web begins and ends with the following assertions: yes, content […]

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