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Jade Diaz

Responsive Web Responsive: What It Is and How To Use It - 0 views

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    Title pretty much describes it. An overview of what Responsive Web Responsive is and a number of examples.
Jade Diaz

BDConf: Stephen Hay presents Responsive Responsive Workflow | Brad Frost Web - 3 views

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    Brad Frost's notes and link to the Slideshare for Stephen Hay's Responsive Responsive Workflow talk
Jade Diaz

Wireframing for responsive responsive - 0 views

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    Some interesting tips such as: 1) start design with mobile and expand out for larger screens 2) even numbers of columns provide easier wrapping options than odd numbers
Jennifer Hecker

7 Responsive Responsive Tips to Revamp Your Workflow - 4 views

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    Some good points & good resources here. Lots of agreement with Hay, but some other suggestions, too.
anonymous

Responsive Responsive Won't Fix Your Content Problem ∙ An A List Apart Column - 0 views

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    Food for thought on the relationship between content strategy and front end web design
Jade Diaz

Media Queries - 0 views

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    "A collection of inspirational websites using media queries and responsive web responsive"
anonymous

Flexible Foundations | Trent Walton - 1 views

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    A usefully reductive look at responsive web responsive
Jade Diaz

Brad Frost on CodePen - 1 views

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    Brad Frost (and all his responsive responsive patterns) on Codepen
matthewav

Responsive Inspector - Chrome Extension - 1 views

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    This is a Chrome extension that will resize your browser window to the break points in the code of the current site you are viewing. Those sites without breakpoints show a blank window in the extension. Responsive Inspector is helpful to see all of the breakpoints a particular site uses. Some have several breakpoints, other sites have just a few. It's a good learning tool. It's a wee bit buggy sometimes, but it's being updated regularly. If this link does not work, just search for "Responsive Inspector" in the Chrome browser Extensions.
Jade Diaz

100+ Best Responsive jQuery Image Carousel 3D Slider Plugins | WPULTI - 0 views

Jade Diaz

Designing for Touch Screen - 0 views

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    These are some basic tips I was hoping would be covered in the Designing for Touch Screens webinar.
anonymous

Responsive Responsive Bookmarklet - 1 views

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    Possibly one of the coolest bookmarklet in history.
Jennifer Hecker

Articles and resources on responsive responsive approaches and workflows - 3 views

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    More handy resources...
Jade Diaz

LukeW | Breaking Development: Designing with and for existing content - 1 views

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    More justification for taking a hard look at content to start a responsive project.
Jade Diaz

Skeleton - 0 views

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    A Beautiful Boilerplate for Responsive, Mobile-Friendly Development There are other tools like this. We may be interested in learning more about them when the time comes.
matthewav

Responsive Web Responsive - 5 views

Some good examples of RWD sites. The "non-grid-y" designs we reviewed: - http://diablomedia.com/ - http://clearairchallenge.com/ - http://www.cacaotour.com/index.php/en/home ******************...

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Jade Diaz

The Mobile Browser Is Dead, Long Live The App - 7 views

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    If we accept this, are there implications for our aim to design a design site?
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    Wow, very interesting. The numbers tell the story of the browser use declining. The great increase was social media; people still use the browser on a computer to access the social media site. They don't download a Facebook application to install on their computer-they use the browser. But mobile-wise, that's a different beast. I still think we should create a site that is accessible to mobile devices rather than create an app. I think in the coming years, though, iOS/Android developers will probably be job positions here at UT. Great post, thanks for sharing.
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    I take issue with focusing on the amount of time spent in apps vs. mobile web. If you look at the breakdown, 68% of app time is on pure entertainment activities like gaming, social media and YouTube. Which makes total sense that people spend a disproportionate amount of time on those things. Plus that guy looks really annoying!
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    RE: Mason-Good points, Señor Mason. But using inflammatory titles gets people reading. My next post will be "LIBRARIES ARE DEAD-EVERYTHING IS ON GOOGLE, ANYWAY".
matthewav

Zurb Uses Kia RWD as a Good Example. Yikes. - 1 views

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    Zurb story here: http://zurb.com/responsive/reading Kia's site is: http://www.kia.com Number 6 is Kia's new RWD. I went to the kia.com site and the RWD was pretty awful. * MIN WIDTH: -- images and text are blurry. -- horizontal nav completly disappears. -- the 3 stacked horizontal bars that should pull up a menu.....don't. They drop the main page and you're stuck facing a carousel and some monumental horizontal and vertical scrolling to see only models of vehicles. * MAX WIDTH: -- they don't have a max width and try to stretch into infinity. Stretched across 2 or 3 of my displays and I have the full site.....blurry. * MOBILE SITE: -- it's a mini-version of the main desktop site. -- this works well on the iPad in both vertical and horizontal orientation. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I've seen great RWD when the min- and max-width are defined and the three horizontal bars become what used to be the horizontal navigation. But Kia's desktop RWD fall short in my opinion. If anyone ever reads this, I wonder what their impressions would be.
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