Posts tagged rwd

  1. Responsive Email Patterns

    Based on Brad Frost’s ‘This is Responsive’. 

  2. Responsive Design Knowledge Hub

  3. 14 brands that increased conversion rates via responsive design

  4. Lesson's learnt building the Guardian

    Lessons learnt by the engineers who built the mobile-first responsive Guardian website.

  5. LukeW | Responsive Web Design Performance

  6. Client Relationships and the Multi-Device Web

  7. Common Patterns in Styleguides, Boilerplates and Pattern Libraries

    A perfect place to start when creating your live HTML Style Guide – Cloud Four documents interface patterns within popular responsive frameworks.

  8. What are Responsive Websites made of?

    Guy Podjarny deconstructs the performance of 500 responsive sites and finds that:

    • The responsive sites tested (1.2MB) were lighter than average (1.4MB)
    • The average page size and requests (41) don’t vary much across screen sizes. 
  9. Responsive Design Workflow

    A new book by the master of responsive workflow, Stephen Hay.

  10. 8 Guidelines and 1 Rule for Responsive Images

    Jason Grigsby's ideal scenario for responsive image processes and tools.

  11. Responsive Deliverables

    Dave Rupert talks about the deliverables required to create modern modular web systems.

  12. Media Queries in SVG images

    Did you know that you can embed media queries inside SVG images? Interestingly, the media queries react to viewport of the image itself, not the viewport of the browser.

  13. Rock Hammer, a curated, responsive project library

    Andy Clarke’s latest project:

    A curated project library for Hammer For Mac. Rock Hammer contains baseline typography, plus styling for common HTML elements including images, forms and tables, as well as navigation, responsive modules and widgets.

    Although, it’s made for Hammer for Mac, you can still use it without.

  14. Responsible Web Design

    Jordan Moore on the elements of Responsible Web Design – context-sensitive interactions, performance and progressive enhancement.

  15. Responding to Voice

    Jordan Moore’s latest experiment – a website interface that can respond to voice commands!

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