Responsive Design

  • Responsive Web Design: How to Find the Right Photos

    The Web – open space for any web designer out there. Today’s and even more so tomorrow’s web is one big challenge for our industry. Web sites are supposed to adapt seamlessly to any screen size with any aspect ratio on any device. Desktop computers, tablets, and smartphones are only the beginning. No one knows […]

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  • The state of manageable images in 2015

    The Web is a visible medium. The immeasurable infancy of that visible landscape is interjection to pattern files. Whilst copiousness can be achieved with CSS, and inline SVG, many sites still need pattern files. On average, images accounted for more than half of page distance final year, and year on year pattern sizes increase; there was […]

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  • The state of manageable images

    The Web is a visible medium. The immeasurable infancy of that visible landscape is interjection to pattern files. Whilst copiousness can be achieved with CSS, and inline SVG, many sites still need pattern files. On average, images accounted for more than half of page distance final year, and year on year pattern sizes increase; there was […]

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  • Pay What You Want: Mobile-First Developer’s Bundle

    This week’s deal is a great opportunity to grab a bargain on everything you need for mobile first development. It’s a bundle of ten courses, containing over 71 hours of learning and advice on everything from Swift and Android development, through to advice on how to monetise and grow your mobile app. This is another […]

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  • Testing SVG Support Across Web Browser Engines [Case Study]

    SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is officially supported by all main web browsers, including Internet Explorer. The support spans into a wide variety of image editor software, particularly Inkscape, which uses SVG as its native format (If you want a refresher on SVG, click here). But what exactly is supported by web browsers? Do all rendering […]

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  • Efficient Image Resizing With ImageMagick

    Responsive images have been keeping us on our toes for quite some time, and now that they are getting traction in browsers, they come with a scary problem: the need to efficiently resize all our image assets. The way responsive images work is that an appropriately sized image is sent to each user — small versions for […]

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  • Optimizing your mobile content

    I don’t have to tell we that mobile trade is holding over desktop trade in a quick pace. Mainly since I already did. We have been articulate about creation certain your website is responsive and how Mobilegeddon is spiteful websites. In this article, I’d like to speak about a unsentimental side of optimizing your mobile calm […]

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  • Your website needs (better) forms

    One of a things we notice are frequency ever optimized on many websites are forms. Forms are an constituent partial of usually about any website. However, for some reason, people don’t (want to) spend much time meditative about these. There’s a lot of opposite forms your website can have. However, we cruise many of them boil […]

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  • Please Update Picturefill

    The following is a guest post by Mat Marquis. Mat has a important PSA for us regarding responsive images. I don’t want to bury the lede: if you’re using a version of Picturefill from prior to 2.3.1, please update right away—update your /lib files, file an issue on your project, or run a quick npm […]

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  • 3 manageable pattern disasters — and how to equivocate them

    Responsive pattern methods are really useful to developers since they concede us to offer calm to a widest operation of inclination though carrying to say apart versions of a site and though some of a disastrous drawbacks to other methods such as scaling and liquid layouts. This essay will prominence a tip 3 mistakes designers […]

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  • Using Sketch For Responsive Web Design (A Case Study)

      If you’re a member of the web or UI design community, it’s been hard to avoid talking about Sketch1 over the last year. The launch of this design app shook up an industry dominated by Adobe for more than two decades, and it has caused an ongoing debate about whether Sketch is better than […]

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  • Wearable Innovation Management

    The arise of wearables and personal data tracking is proof to be some-more than usually a apparatus for health. It’s all partial of that hum word ‘The Internet of Things.’ With Apple’s entrance into a wearable game, a app growth for this marketplace will unequivocally take off. Regardless if you’re a fanboy or not, developers […]

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  • 3 manageable pattern disasters (and how to equivocate them)

    Responsive pattern methods are really useful to developers since they concede us to offer calm to a widest operation of inclination though carrying to say apart versions of a site and though some of a disastrous drawbacks to other methods such as scaling and liquid layouts. This essay will prominence a tip 3 mistakes designers […]

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  • How Google’s mobile-friendly refurbish will impact we (and what we can do about it)

    If your website, or your clients’ websites are non-responsive, afterwards we usually have until Apr 21st 2015 to make them mobile-friendly. On Tuesday 21st, if your sites aren’t mobile-friendly we can lick goodbye to Google hunt engine rankings, and contend hello to clients banging on a doorway perfectionist to know since their sites usually forsaken […]

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  • Animating CSS-Only Hamburger Menu Icons

    Hamburger menu icons have become a staple in many websites and web apps, and whether you like them or not, they are becoming a familiar and recognizable UI action button. Users are associating this icon with the showing and hiding of menus, and its compact, space-saving nature makes it a desirable style, particularly on smaller […]

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  • Mobile-friendly sites and SEO

    Last month, Google actually announced a change in their algorithm before it had already happened. In this post they mention that starting Apr 21st mobile-friendliness will turn a ranking cause some-more and more. In a past few weeks we’ve been removing utterly a few reports from Google Webmaster Tools. Not usually did they supplement a Mobile Usability object underneath the […]

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  • How To Keep Framework Development Simple And Bug-Free

    It’s just like that for your product, too: people rely on our products to work. Bugs erode trust, which in turn loses customers. So when we began updating Foundation, a responsive CSS framework, we wanted to ensure everything worked. Thoroughly. We know that many people rely on our software for their work, and maintaining that […]

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  • Mobile SEO – Can You Optimize For User Experience And Google At The Same Time?

    Unlike many years ago, you can’t just be satisfied to only meet your needs in today’s web environment. Instead, you need to please two factors equally: the user and the Google robots ranking you. The question, however, is which one should you try to please first? Google vs User? Which one to please first? User Experience vs […]

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  • 50 High Quality and Responsive HTML Website And Admin Templates

    Free is not bad at all. However, if you want to put your design onto the next level, save time when setting design up and simply look more professional right outside of the box, you need to invest in a premium theme.   Everyone’s running around trying to hop on the newest trend: flat design, […]

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  • Probably Use initial-scale=1

    If you’re doing responsive design, you’re using viewport meta tags. These tell the browser what width it should render the viewport at. If you don’t use this tag, it will render at the device’s default, which almost certainly isn’t what you want. But even if you are using viewport meta, there are subtle differences in […]

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