Responsive design projects are not the simplest projects out there. Layer on client interactions, and the complexity can jump quickly. Here are some key tips for interacting with clients, courtesy of Andy Clarke.
Wired’s Scott Gilbertson (@webmonkey) runs down our newest release, Responsive Sketchsheets. Use them to sketch out your various designs for different device sizes.
Time Magazine rolled out a new responsive design across their properties on October 22, 2012.
WebDesignerDepot’s Cameron Chapman put together a nice post on responsive typography. Text readibility is vital for an optimal experience for site visitors.
"The moral of the story is that responsive design is just one tool in the digital marketer’s tool box."
DesignModo rounded up the best examples of responsive web design from Dribbble.
UX Mag’s Danny Bluestone provides a nice rundown on responsive web design and adaptive web design, and offers combining the two as a great alternative than choosing one or the other. You decide for yourself.
Antoine Lefeuvre (@jiraisurfer) developed an awesome grid displayer for Foundation and Bootstrap. Simply drag the bookmarklet to your browser favorites and easily pull up the grid of your favorite front-end framework.
Here’s an interesting perspective — should you give users the ability to opt out of responsive design?
Should you use tools like Photoshop or Fireworks when designing responsive websites? Paul Boag examines this in a recent blog post.