Transforming a Fixed Width Grid to a Flexible Grid

Responsive web design is continuing to grow as a web designer’s first choice when tackling mobile design. The first step to understanding responsive web design is by looking into the flexible grid and how it works. The problem with most traditional websites is that they were designed using pixels. While this was fine before the...

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Should Your Business Consider a Responsive Web Design?

Responsive web design is the trend of the moment and an enormous number of websites have jumped on the bandwagon and implemented one of these mobile-friendly designs. But are ecommerce sites in particular reaping the benefits of mobile-friendly designs or are they shying away from these new developments? Benefits of Responsive...

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iPhone 5 Has a 4-inch Screen & No NFC

The iPhone 5 has arrived! And it seems that all the rumours were true… As we mentioned previously, the new model has a 4-inch screen (half an inch more than the previous iPhones) giving users 5 rows of apps instead of 4. There is still a Retina display which offers the same 326ppi as before, but with the extra length the...

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iPhone 5 & iPad Mini Launch – Will Your Web Design Be Affected?

So, the general consensus is that, in just a couple of days time, the iPhone 5 will be unveiled and a new set of specs will create hell for mobile web developers and designers. Various sources, including Tech Radar and T3, suggest that the new iPhone 5 will have a 4 inch screen with a resolution of 640 x 1136. That’s quite a...

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Responsive eCommerce – Slides by Brendan Falkowski

Aug 05, 12 Responsive eCommerce – Slides by Brendan Falkowski

Posted by in MCommerce, Responsive Design

Brendan Falkowski of Gravity Department recently delivered a presentation entitled “Responsive eCommerce: Design Once, Sell Everywhere” at Magento Imagine 2012 conference. The slides are excellent, with detailed backgrounds on the mobile industry and responsive design, multiple case studies and many technical...

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Media Queries Now Official Web Standard

Jul 28, 12 Media Queries Now Official Web Standard

Posted by in Responsive Design

The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) are an international community which develops the protocols and guidelines that ensure the long-term growth of the Web, and they have just announced that media queries are now a legitimate recommendation. This means that browsers now have to support them, which is great news for fans of...

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