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Life Beyond 960px: Designing for Large Screens #webdesign

Those of you who enjoy playing with flexible layouts will (like me) undoubtedly get a weird kick out of seeing your designs adapt comfortably to small viewports. What was once a beautiful multi-column layout becomes an equally beautiful, snug pillar of readable text, free of clutter and unnecessary nonsense. But how many of you think

 
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Google Analytics GoMo DudaMobile Mobile Website Builder

Mobile is all the rage right now. Just a few days ago, Google came out and said that they recommend responsive design for mobile SEO and now, the Google Analytics division has just launched a new mobile solution.See on searchengineland.com

 
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Responsive Web Design: The Ultimate Guide For Online Marketers

First Of All, What is Responsive Web Design? In a nutshell, responsive web design (RWD) is a technique which uses fluid layouts (which “stretch” to as much screen real estate as possible) in addition to the CSS “@media queries,” which apply different style sheets (CSS) based on the current screen size of the device. With responsive

 
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Best Responsive WordPress Themes

This is a collection of the best responsive WordPress themes. These responsive, fluid, or adaptive WordPress themes, automatically adjust according to the screen size, resolution and device on which they are being viewed. This means your website will look great whatever the screen size or device the visitor uses to visit your site. Responsive designs

 
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Design Process In The Responsive Age #websitedesign

You cannot plan for and design a responsive, content-focused, mobile-first website the same way you’ve been creating websites for years. See on uxdesign.smashingmagazine.com

 
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