This week we look at @supports, the double click issue on mobile with :hover, AMP checklists and look at the initial results of the RWD 2016 survey.Listen
This week I talk about the Weight Shift site and how amazing it is along with suggestions to use RWD images, the 10k Apart competition is back again, Brad Frost is talking about pattern libraries, I look at how markup is used across 8 million sites and finally we look at Type Locks and Feature Queries.Listen
This week we are looking at an article from Cloud Four and Jason Grigsby about PWAs.
In the article he talks about how to approach Progressive Web Apps not from a technical approach such as...
- Implement HTTPS
- Add Service Worker
- Do caching stuff
- Dinner and cocktails
But instead the logistics of the design and approach. He talks about the tough things like
- When is it an app and when is it a website?
- What expectations do users have if it is one or another?
This week we talk about Offline Analytics, new <video> policies and an amazing way to do front end web testing and give a shout out to our amazing sponsor MobX Conference.Listen
This week I talk about the physical web and how you can use your mobile, both Android and iOS, to distribute and consume beacons for some awesome uses. I also talk about the increase in HTTPS sites on the web and why it's now more important than ever to run your site with SSL.Listen
This week I talk about Medium and how crappy their URL structure can be which leads me back to a discussion about publishing your content on your own platform first, and then syndicating to places like Medium.Listen
After a long break the RWD Podcast is back with a slightly different format. I chose a few pieces of news and some interesting responsive sites I've seen for the week and discuss them. This week it's LampPost.io and using the Am I Responsive tool plus a bit on Service Workers and pinch and zoom on safari.Listen
AMP pages, conference discounts and responsive redesigns are all the rage this week.Listen
In this weeks episode we talk with Jeremy Osborn about the online resource centre at Aquent Gymnasium and how he created his responsive design class.Listen
This week I talk about the process of putting together the RWD Newsletter each week from finding the articles to choosing the right ones and how to organise them all as you go. I also talk about Responsive Patterns & Principles - the new A Book Apart book from Ethan Marcotte.Listen
This week I talk about Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), I recount the trip over for the Adobe Max Conference and all the great people I met and things I saw, talk a bit about a new side project around books in browsers and review the Native vs Web debate once again.Listen
The second and final instalment for the podcast version of the Entropic Web talk I gave at the Mobx Conference in Berlin, Germany. In this part I look at the speed of light, latency, interstellar travel and how all of these can come together to produce amazing sites.Listen
This week I talk through the first half of the presentation on the Entropic Web.Listen
This week I'm joined by Peter-Paul Koch of quirksmode.org fame. We talk about a conference PPK is co-organising, the state of the mobile device browsers, and perhaps decide that the web needs to creep along rather than streak ahead of come to a standstill. I thoroughly enjoyed this chat and I'm sure you will too.Listen
This week we catch up with Matt Griffin, owner and founder of Bearded.com, columnist at A List Apart and movie maker... not to mention a great designer and former drummer in a band that made in BIG in Japan (honestly).Listen
This week we continue on with the chat with Ulrik Hogrebe about the responsive work they're doing at the BBC. Since we last spoke the BBC News site had dropped their M dot site and have gone fully responsive so we had lots to catch up on.Listen
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