Category: Responsive Web Design

Meet XRespond Testing Tool: Let’s Make Building Responsive Websites Simpler

    The way people consume information is constantly evolving. As web designers and developers, we keep up with all of the different screen shapes and sizes, learning to create beautiful, flexible software. Yet most of the available ...

Removing Friction In UX: Last-Minute Travel Planning And Activity Booking

    Most travellers make last-minute decisions, even though they spend significant time researching things to do before embarking on their trip. Finding a hotel and flight is relatively easy, but when it comes to tours and activities...

Understanding Bootstrap Modals

In this tutorial, we’ll be talking about one of the most useful jQuery Bootstrap plugins, the Modal. The Bootstrap Modal is a lightweight, multi-purpose JavaScript popup that’s customizable and responsive. It can be used to display alert popups, videos, and images in a website. Websites built with Bootstrap can use...

Fluid Responsive Typography With CSS Poly Fluid Sizing

    Fluid layouts have been a normal part of front-end development for years. The idea of fluid typography, however, is relatively new and has yet to be fully explored. Up until now, most developers’ idea of fluid typography is...

Intrusive Interstitials: Guidelines To Avoiding Google’s Penalty

    In 2015, Google announced that mobile searches surpassed desktop searches in at least 10 countries. 56% of mobile traffic on major websites comes from mobile. In light of this, Google’s decision to improve the mobile user exper...

A Brief Overview On Responsive Navigation Patterns

    To say that responsive web design has changed our industry would be an understatement at best. We used to ask our clients which resolutions and devices they wanted us to support, but we now know the answer is “as many as possib...

Which Responsive Design Framework Is Best? Of Course, It Depends.

    In 2017, the question is not whether we should use a responsive design framework. Increasingly, we are using them. The question is which framework should we be using, and why, and whether we should use the whole framework or just...

A Little Surprise Is Waiting For You Here — Meet The Next Smashing Magazine

    Smashing Magazine is changing: a new design, a new layout, a new technical stack, a new printed magazine, a new Smashing Membership, and the same good ol’ obsession with quality content. Here’s a sneak preview of what’s com...

World Wide Web, Not Wealthy Western Web (Part 2)

    In part 1 of this article, we looked at where in the world the new entrants to the World Wide Web are, and some of the new technologies the standards community has worked on to address some of the challenges that the next 4 billi...

World Wide Web, Not Wealthy Western Web (Part 1)

    “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy,” said Shakespeare’s Hamlet, in the famous scene in which Hamlet teaches Horatio to be a web designer. Horatio, as every schoolchil...