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The Mobile Web: Responsive Design or jQuery Mobile

By 2015 the majority of traffic on the internet will be coming from mobile devices. So said Luke Wroblewski, the esteemed speaker on mobile design at the 2010 San Diego Event Apart seminar about all things web design. It’s hard to believe that it’s only been 5 years since the iPhone was first introduced.  The

 
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Test Your Website Mobile Responsiveness: Matt Kersley Responsive Test Control

Robin Good: If you are working to optimize or design your web site for proper display on mobile screens, tablets and smartphone devices this test control page will be able to provide you wirh an immediate check up on how you will content will look across differently sized mobile screens. Just type the URL of

 
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Responsive Website Design for Mobile Devices

Responsive design first appeared on the web design scene in 2010 with Ethan Marcotte’s aptly titled article, Responsive Web Design, but until very recently, it hasn’t been widely used. The rapid adoption rate of the iPad and other tablets in 2011 is challenging designers to rethink their approach to design. Many main stream sites are

 
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5 Useful CSS Tricks for Responsive Design

Making the design to be responsive is very easy as shown in my Responsive Design in 3 Steps tutorial, but maintaining the elements to look aesthetically balanced on all breakpoint layouts is an art.  See on webdesignerwall.com

 
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An Illustrated Guide To Responsive Web Design

Via Scoop.it – WebsiteDesignIf you’ve been working in the web design field for the past couple of years you should know that designing a fixed interface for a widescreen computer is not enough. Most of the clients you’ll be dealing with from now are going to request that their site is not only desktop-compliant but

 
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