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Mindful: A Responsive Portfolio WordPress Theme for Creatives

We’ve just released a new WordPress theme at Theme Trust. It’s called Mindful and it’s a responsive portfolio theme that’s perfect for design agencies and creative individuals. One notable feature is the home page sequence slideshow, which gives you options to control text and image position, as well as animation effects. Keep reading to learn

 
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Thousands of free Vector icons and Icon Webfonts for Interfaces and Responsive web design

We present to you an interesting and exciting selection of Free Icons, flat icons, symbols and pictograms with vectorial content, especially designed for UI design, menus, lists, webapps or native apps.See on www.awwwards.com

 
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50 fantastic tools for responsive web design #webdesign #responsive

To get started with building a responsive site, having a strong toolkit can make a world of difference. See on www.netmagazine.com

 
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Responsive Web Design: Introduction & Impact #webdesign

Last week, there was little surprise when Google’s Pierre Far announced responsive design as company’s formal recommendation for mobile delivery. Responsive Web Design is the approach that a design should be flexible enough to adapt to the screen size and platform of the visiting user. This (relative) uniformity in user experience would appear to be

 
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The case for responsive design – difficult for publishers to monetize content

Peter Yared, CTO of CBS Interactive, stirred up a bit of controversy recently when he wrote that adaptive design techniques make it difficult for publishers to monetize content. Peter argues for designing interfaces that take advantage of users’ familiarity with native device features, such as swiping on a tablet, scrolling on a website and paging

 
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