Archive for the ‘Responsive Design’ Category

Propeller: Bootstrap in Material Design Looks

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Bootstrap is popular for a reason. But, if you think there was nothing better, take a look at Propeller. Bootstrap and Material Design Are no Unity Bootstrap has been around since 2011. Developed at Twitter, it made an effort to advance the approach of...

Variable Fonts are Now Available in Adobe and Chrome

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The idea of variable fonts has been around for a while. In the future, instead of multiple font versions, line weights and font widths are supposed to be unified in one single font file. With Adobe’s new creative cloud, and Google’s new Chr...

Mobile Webdesign: The Right Place For Your Navigation

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The design of mobile web layouts for smartphones poses a challenge for designers time and time again. The little space available on the devices has to be used in a meaningful way – mostly for the content. Thus, it would be best if the navigation ...

Responsive SVG: What’s Possible, and What Isn’t?

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Responsive layouts are indispensable in web design. On the one hand, there are ever-shrinking displays on smartphones, and on the other hand, there’s the size increase of desktop displays. Between that, there are phablets, tablets, as well as net...

Tool Tip: Sizzy Accelerates Responsive Designing

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Sizzy is a web app and a Chrome extension that provides a fast way of testing your responsive designs. And by that, I mean really fast. There are a bunch of tools that show you previews of your websites on all kinds of devices. However, I have yet to f...

How to use Media Queries in JavaScript

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If you thought responsive design was reserved for CSS layouts only, you'll be pleased to hear media queries can also be used in JavaScript. Continue reading %How to use Media Queries in JavaScript%

Your Web Image is Unnecessarily Bloated

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Images make up a majority of web content.But a lot of websites and applications that we browse aren’t always delivering the most optimal image format, size, quality and dimension. As a developer, it seems inefficient to serve a 2,000kb JPEG image whe...

Simbla 2017: Dynamic Pages Straight Out of the Website Builder

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The website builder Simbla sets itself apart from the competition in several aspects. To the customer, the most noticeable one is the database connectivity. The new feature “Dynamic Pages” is another highlight from Simbla’s scope of f...

Modern Web Design: Common Mistakes You Should Avoid

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Web design and development have changed a lot over the past years. Mobile internet is mainly responsible for this, changing when and where we use the internet. Many things that were common ten years ago are now considered outdated. This even applies to...