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Great Responsive Website Design Examples [pictures + summary]

Responsive website design as an approach is still quite new and it can be difficult to imagine the many new possibilities it offers. Here is some great inspiration! MartyI like to learn by lookin at pictures. Here are some great examples of responsive web design in pictures. See on www.tripwiremagazine.com

 
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Great collection of sites that can help any website designer

The July edition of what’s new for web designers and developers includes new web apps, JavaScript and jQuery tools, frameworks, responsive design resources,… See on www.webdesignerdepot.com

 
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Do Mobile And Desktop Interfaces Belong Together?

The term “responsive design” has gathered a lot of well-deserved buzz among Web designers. As you probably know, it refers to an easy way to dynamically customize interfaces for different devices and to serve them all from the same website, with no need for a separate mobile domain. It solves one major problem, and very

 
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Responsive Web’s Message to Mobile Website Creators: “Rest in Peace”

If I were to begin this article by telling you that the mobile web has arrived, and it has taken our world by a storm, and it will most likely change the way we create and use websites, it’ll probably be a waste of time and effort. We all know that the future of the

 
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Is Responsive Design The Future of Cross Touchpoint Web Development?

If you’ve been chatting with your web development team recently, you might recall them talking about responsive design. But, what is responsive design and why should eBusiness professionals be taking it seriously? First, responsive design is not a technology, it’s a development philosophy – an approach to web development that forces user experience developers to

 
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