This week I’m very proud to introduce a man that needs no introductions, Ethan Marcotte.
John Allsopp shouldn’t be a stranger to anyone, after all I think he was the first person to begin guiding us towards a responsive future when he penned A Dao of Web Design for A List Apart – April 2000. John now runs the largest southern hemisphere web conference, Web Directions, and continues to build […]
A few weeks ago I received an email from Jack Roscoe telling me about a site he had just launched, http://novni.com.
Val is a designer, consultant, speaker, and author with a flare for great responsive design.
A few weeks ago I managed to get in touch with Anna & Sandijs from Froont.com. Froont is a great new tool that allows you to build responsive layouts in the browser and does a pretty good job at it as well.
Ron Gilmour from the Ithaca College Library emailed me last week to let me know about the new responsive website they had just launched. I took the opportunity to fire a few questions back to Ron and find out any lessons learned that might benefit you.
So everyone knows a bit of a background can you tell us a little bit about yourself, what you’re doing now and how you got into the industry? Mark: I’ve been designing for a living since about 1995. I trained as a typographic designer, but have a degree in Graphic Design, too. I started out […]
Dan Mall talks us through his own responsive design process and shares a few of his experiences with his own business, Super Friendly.
This week we’ve got back in touch with the clever folk over at Terabyte NZ.
They originally got in touch to let us know about the go live of NZ Trade and Enterprise site which was featured as the site of the week in week #57.
A few weeks ago we mentioned the new responsive site, Town and Country, from Hearth Digital Media. I asked Theresa Mershon (Creative Director) and Erin Toland (Art Director) a few questions about how they found the project, what they learned, and how they would do things differently given the chance. Q: Did the client want […]