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Responsive Web Design 101: The Basics Of What And How

Virtually every new client demands a mobile version of their site in addition to the conventional one. This is reasonable at the least – there are users on BlackBerrys, iPhones, iPads, Netbooks, Kindles and many other mobile devices out there. We can expect that a new design will be needed to meet the innovations in

 
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Hand Lettering for Responsive Web Design

The re-emergence of hand lettering has taken over Instagram and has made it a sought-after skill again. The vast array of different styles allow the technique to be incredibly versatile and a worthwhile design consideration. Source: webdesign.tutsplus.com

 
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The Flexibility and Uniformity of Responsive Web Design

When the content of a website resizes itself to fit the viewport, it’s called a responsive ability. Responsive websites look the same on desktop monitors, tablets, notebooks, and mobile phones. The website of New York-based ace digital agency Website Redesign Pros (www.websiteredesignpros.com) is a case in point. It looks the same on all kinds of

 
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Top 5 Reasons to Adopt Responsive Web Design in 2014 #websitedesign

Is responsive web design your top priority this year? If not, you must get in touch with the upcoming design trends in 2014 by adopting this popular design See on webdesignledger.com

 
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47 Useful Responsive Web Design Toolbox

As we all know very well that responsive website designs are very important and their demand was increased in year 2013. See on www.instantshift.com

 
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