Tag: responsive

How I’m implementing Responsive Web Design

How I'm implementing Responsive Web Design – JeffCroft.com. I echo many of Jeff’s sentiments when it comes to responsive design. First and foremost: responsive design is hard. While it’s all the rage to talk about, actually implementing it is no small task. It takes more planning, more development, more testing, and more trial and error. […]

Posted: May 24, 2012

Web Design Manifesto 2012

Web Design Manifesto 2012 – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report. I’ve got to hand it to Zeldman (again), I really enjoyed reading this and found it very refreshing. Our community is super critical. I wouldn’t call it cut-throat and I wouldn’t really set it apart from many other industries the world over. The trouble […]

Posted: May 23, 2012

Repurposing vs. Optimized Design

Repurposing vs. Optimized Design (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox). Jakob Nielsen takes some time to analyze the overall benefit of responsive design. I don’t want to spoil the article contents for you but the overarching view is that he feels that ‘mobile’ and ‘desktop’ design issues extend far beyond layout. I know we’re all head-over-heels for responsive […]

Posted: May 22, 2012

A non-responsive approach to building cross-device webapps

A non-responsive approach to building cross-device webapps – HTML5 Rocks. This is an interesting overview and recap of the pros and cons associated with media queries and discusses some alternative ways to overcome the cons. The offered solution is similar to the approach I’ve taken recently. I’m a huge fan of Nathan Smith’s Adapt.js because […]

Posted: April 25, 2012

Demonstrating Responsive Design

Demonstrating Responsive Design. Responsive design has, I think, moved beyond some sort of niche novelty buzzword. I think it’s had a great effect on Web design in general and given all of us even more to think about regarding the future and what that means for our profession. Responsive design means more work though, there’s […]

Posted: April 13, 2012

Multi-Device Layout Patterns

LukeW | Multi-Device Layout Patterns. I’m always thrilled to see a post from Luke Wroblewski. This time he’s establishing some convention surrounding responsive design patterns. Responsive websites feel like the Internet maturing. If we think back to it, everything was sparked by the iPhone. I’m not trying to fanboy anything but if we’re realistic that […]

Posted: April 02, 2012

It’s Been Quiet, But a Lot Has Been Going On

It’s been quiet around here the past couple months, but that doesn’t come without reason. Things have been pretty busy both here at Monday By Noon as well as at Iron to Iron. There are a few changes I’d love to talk about in detail and hear your thoughts regarding.

Posted: August 15, 2011