Posts Tagged ‘Responsive’

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

Froont on the 9 Basic Principles of RWD

My jaw hit the floor when I saw the visuals paired with this Froont post on the 9 Basic Principles of Responsive Web Design. Each animation does such a great job of showing the impact/benefits of each principle.… read more

M-Dot or RWD

M Dot or RWD. Which is Faster? outlines some great research conducted by Doug Sillars on whether m-dot or responsive sites are faster. Redirects slow m-dot sites from the very start while those sites might turn out to… read more