If you are using Balsamiq to create wireframes, you will be happy to read this blogpost explaining the best practices with this famous software. The tool is a little bit tricky anyway, so maybe you will prefer another design approach.
After some weeks of hard patience, this revolutionary tool for creating responsive websites is out. And after a few hours testing the beast, we can say that we are just disappointed. Good ideas but a lack of a lot of simple things. Next versions might be richer…
“Let’s distinguish between Responsive Web Design and responsive…”
Really, really interesting.
4. Responsive Design Tested: What a recent experiment reveals about the potential ROI of mobile design
A video for marketing lovers. Hope you will be convinced.
A “One Page” to explain Responsive Design. No bullshit at all ! My Mom does now understand Responsive Web design. +Like RT !
Revamp websites with a mobile approach (MobileFirst) is a revolution. How a content optimised for a desktop use can be migrated to a mobile website ? What makes content mobile-friendly?
Why go to the Lab, if the Lab comes to you? If you are already familiar with our OpenDevice Lab in Brussels, let us introduce you the next step : the entire lab in a suitcase !
“We do now have a full set of techniques to effectively deliver highly performative sites that not only visually scale across devices but also deliver code and assets tuned to the width of a device. Sites need to be built utilising these techniques from a mobile first (and performance first) perspective.”
Welcome to the responsive Tester. Check your website on different screen resolutions at the same time. Then complain to your agency or contact us 🙂
“Google recommends using a responsive website design where this makes sense from a user perspective, and Bing encourages a “one URL per content item” approach.”