Tag: HiDPI

Retina revolution

I’m a bit late in linking to this piece but a recent post by Filament Group reignited my curiosity about it. Filament Group has been doing an absolute ton of research and work behind solving this newfound img/picture issue we’re dealing with, and it’s interesting to see their take on the image compression technique. I […]

Posted: January 15, 2013

Designing a responsive, Retina-friendly site

I’ve been following Paul Stamatiou for longer than I can remember, seriously. He’s one of the first tech bloggers I started reading about, and I couldn’t help but to keep up with his diverse startup experience during and after college. Paul’s got a serious knack for writing very elaborate and well put together articles on […]

Posted: January 11, 2013

How should we handle responsive images?

How should we handle responsive images? Between the Responsive Web Design movement and HiDPI hardware changes, my front end workflow has nearly been turned on it’s head within the past year. It’s all well and good but there have been times where my mind simply couldn’t grasp what the heck I was working on. I’m […]

Posted: November 20, 2012

Resolution vs. Density vs. Pixel Ratios

mir.aculo.us JavaScript with Thomas Fuchs » Blog Archive » Resolution vs. Density vs. Pixel Ratios. Resolution, screen density, and pixel ratios could work their way into being the talk of the town over the next few months. Retina screens (while no, they’re not new, but now they’re here so we’ll call it a day) have […]

Posted: October 16, 2012