Designing Responsively: Fundamental Practices

Web designers seem to have come to a consensus that building separate sites for the vast amount of devices available is nearly impossible. Responsive sites are the future, unless the mobile site requires some very specific functionality or entirely different context which is worth the extra development. The buzz words you might already know are […]

Too Big, Too Small, or Just Right: Creating a Website for Multiple Screens

For many, planning a multi-screen web experience is no longer an afterthought; it’s the starting point. More and more, people are viewing websites outside of the traditional desktop screen. From tablets and phones to netbooks, laptops, and even TVs, optimizing for a wider audience (and their wider screens) is key. However, there are many considerations […]

A Simple, Responsive, Mobile First Navigation

Tutorial provided by: webdesign.tutsplus Tutorial Details Difficulty: Beginner Estimated Completion Time: 15 mins DownloadSOURCE FILES DemoVIEW IT ONLINE We’re going to build a simple, responsive web site navigation. Our solution will help us place emphasis on the content of our page, arguably the top priority when designing for mobile. There’ll be no JavaScript involved, and we’ll tackle it from […]