For me the creation of prototypes have been a crucial part of the building a website workflow ever since responsive design landed. Showing someone your ideas in a static design leaves loads of room for clients to guess what the other viewports might look like, but a URL that can be viewed on what ever […]
Stefan revisits the web adage that the best request is no request at all… which is essentially why we ended up concatenating our CSS and JS and creating sprites for our UI images…. if you don’t have to make two http requests then don’t. Now, with http/2, is this approach still valid? Are our former […]
Feature queries are a great way to progressively enhance your site and allow you to take advantage of the latest and greatest advancements in CSS, but only when it is supported in the browser. Feature queries are a way of adding an IF statement to your CSS in the same way that we do for […]
Grid Layout, Ecommerce Performance, and IphoneX
This week I talk about a recent presentation course I attended along with a series of the most important links this week.
I’m just back from a few weeks in Australia visiting family and getting the podcast back up and running again. This week we go through the best links for the weekly newsletter.
Web fonts were an amazing step forward towards creating a more beautifully designed web. No longer were we restrained by the handful of choices that “Web Safe” fonts provided us, we now had the ability to bring just about any typeface to the web in the knowledge that everyone would see the same thing
Hello and welcome to RWD Weekly edition #282. This week there were a couple of articles that called attention to AMP and the way in which it is possibly gaining traction under false pretences. These articles are our features this week and did cause a bit of a stir when The Register picked up one […]
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