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)
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.
Hello everyone and welcome to another responsive design weekly newsletter. This week the big news has got to be all about the launch of the responsive TIME website. It all started with the Boston Globe, then BBC, and now we see the Guardian getting involved. But what does this mean for us? Directly the launch […]
Each week I’m in a different mood about responsive design and it depends a lot on the trouble I’ve run into during my implementations, the articles that have been written for the week, the quality of the websites that have been released and how much work I’ve done on responsivedesign.is.
There are two fairly major announcements this week in the responsive design world. One of the leading frameworks, and one of my personal favourites, Zurb’s Foundation is turning 3 today. Actually to be a little more accurate it’s turning 3.0. We’ve covered what they’ve packed in to the release below.
This week has seen a few new high profile responsive sites go live; we have seen one of the Holy Trinities of responsive design, Media Queries, get accepted in W3C; and one of the other trinities, responsive images, go through another round of suggestions to reach a suitable agreed standard.