Of course it bloody hasn’t. Responsive design is absolutely the future. Sadly, for many people, it has yet to become the present. (elliotjaystocks.com)
Viljami Salminen, a UI/Web Designer and Developer from Finland explains his responsive workflow. He offers some great thoughtful descriptions on each individual step. (viljamis.com)
Need to design an API? This is your go-to article. Matt Gemmell’s epic post will no doubt leave you with some great advice. (mattgemmell.com)
Over at Smashing Magazine Drew Clemens walks through some problems caused by using old processes with responsive design. He makes a good point that we must evolve our design process to account for the evolution of the web and users. I totally agree! (smashingmagazine.com)
This post on UX Movement has very good tips if you’ve exhausted all the options for application optimisation. (uxmovement.com)
Early this week Smashing Magazine released smashingconf.com. This post is about the details of the building process. The new site is built on the Kirby CMS. (getkirby.com)
Tools / Resources
Quickly and effortlessly generate your own responsive grid template. (responsify.it)
In this third episode of the series on awesome Dutch Tumblr users, dutchlaunch visit UIX designer and tech blogger simurai, who talks about his way to make technical subjects accessible to a broader audience and how Tumblr helps him accomplish just that. (dutchlaunch.tumblr.com)
From The Blog
Last But Not Least…
Oh yeah! Clippy.js allows you to add Microsoft’s good old Office Assistant to your websites (smore.com)
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