A new book by the master of responsive workflow, Stephen Hay.
Andy Clarke’s presentation from his responsive web design workshop yesterday. It covers his “post-PC” design process, responsive patterns and implementation tips.
Absolutely gorgeous slides and insights about lessons learned from building responsively.
An interesting technique: print out the site, cut out each component and arrange the pieces to construct the small screen view.
Matt Griffin (@elefontpress) gives some excellent insight into working in a world without mockups.
Some of the design thinking behind the new responsive Disney.com.
Trent Walton (@trentwalton) tells the story behind the new responsive Microsoft.com homepage.
Nishant Kothary (@rainypixels) gives an in-depth look to the new responsive Microsoft.com homepage redesign. Some great stuff in here.
A great look into the design process for MSN’s Olympics site. Lots of insight into layout, carousel functionality, and more.
A marvelous post by Josh Clark about the recently-launched responsive mobile site for People Magazine.
Sarah Parmenter (@sazzy) created a survey to gauge how web designers are integrating responsive design into their businesses and processes. I’m excited to see the results!
Andy Clarke (@malarkey) and David Roessli (@roessli) helped redesign the new International Organization for Standardization website. Andy walks through the process and even provides downloadable reference designs.
I attempt to answer the age-old question: how much does a responsive design cost?
TL;DR; answer: $13.47.
The BBC television team explains why they went down the responsive road, how they implemented it, what lessons they learned and what their next steps are. This is a great read.
Good real-world responsive web design case study by Dave Bushell.