A Few Notes On Responsive Design

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I’ve been doing quite a bit of work involving responsive web design lately, which is why I thought I’d share a few useful resources I came across.

First, there’s an article by Luke Wroblewski about the importance of considering mobile devices first for websites and web applications.

Ethan Marcotte describes foundations and some techniques of responsive web design.

An article by James Young deals with ‘the top responsive web design problems and how to avoid them

Brad Frost wrote about responsive navigation patterns, e.g. how to implement a website navigation that works seamlessly on both desktop and mobile / small screen / touch devices.

Finally, ZURB has published some JS / CSS code for creating responsive tables.

  1. petschbot April 3, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    Danke, nette Zusammenstellung zum Thema

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