Welcome to Responsive Design Weekly #88! Todays responsive site comes from Pinterest and the creative team. The site itself is an explanation of how they design the new feature (places pins), and the story itself is as impressive as the result.
This is our last weekly wrap up for the year. Next week we’ll be running an interview feature while I take some time out with Noah and Laura to enjoy our first Christmas together as a family (see the bottom of the email for a cheeky xmas boy).
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See you next year!
Lets get to the links…
Brad Frost looks at the many definitions of Adaptive Design. I’m a fan of the adaptive & responsive approach, however as outlined in todays tip you should take into consideration the contexts of your customer/reader and provide the best possible experience.
Jeremy Osborn, who also put together a RWD course, rounds up some responsive trends that he gleaned from Artifact Conference. A grea3 overview.
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