Responsive CSS framework: gridism to the test

I’m a big fan of Chris Coyier’s simple grid approach, the now-famous ‘Don’t Overthink it grids’. It’s such a simple concept (I used it to build this very site), yet so powerful as it allows you to get your grid working in no time without having to customize other people’s work.

gridism

Mobile Internet Testing Environment aka MITE

Responsive web design and mobile testing, whether live on the devices available at hand, or via the use of emulators, have definitely become an important part of designers’ lives and workflows.

Category: app review
Tags: ,
mite

CAPS LOCK weekly #6

This week, we are going to talk responsive design with — what’s already an ancient pitch from — Ethan Marcotte, adaptive maps with Mr Frost, prototyping iPhone apps with Ratchet, and a screencast library provided by Peepcode.

Category: news
Tags: ,
ratchet

shoogle designs v2 launch

Hours of initial thinking-through, litres of sweat, coffee AND beers, a few weeks of enjoyable part time spells of coding, and some heavy testing have finally led to the launch of the new and fully responsive version of shoogledesigns.com.

live-redesign