Posts Tagged ‘Responsive’


Atomic Classification

I think of modular design as a practice or a philosophy—with Atomic Design being just one way to do it. I’ve found that I’m able to benefit from Atomic Design concepts without always adopting its classification metaphor. A couple of… read more

Paravel was thrilled to collaborate with Etsy and Vector Media Group to create—a fun little photo-generating web app that Etsy shop owners can use in their holiday promotions. Etsy provided overall guidance as well as some stellar… read more

Stephen Hay On Prototypes

The cyclical “should designers code” debate wears me out, but Stephen Hay’s post is a great read in and of itself. I like that he gravitates towards the value of prototyping: As designers for the web,[…] you are… read more


I’m loving BreakpointTester. It’s a bookmarklet that scans your CSS/breakpoints and displays them all at once. It shows not images, but actual web pages you can scroll, navigate, and even web inspect. Brilliant!


I’ll be leading a workshop (for WRKSHOP) on responsive layouts & prototypes in Austin this April 4th. I didn’t feel confident as a web designer until I got comfortable with CSS layouts, so that’s exactly what we’ll focus on.… read more

Google “Mobile-Friendly” Labels

I really like the new “Mobile-friendly” labels Google is putting on search results… A page is eligible for the “mobile-friendly” label if it meets the following criteria as detected by Googlebot: Avoids software that is not common on… read more