Responsive Images Meetup: Coming together is a beginning

Last time I talked about responsive images, I did mention I was due to go to the responsive images meetup in Paris, and as the long-awaited event happened a couple of days ago, I thought it would be nice to write a quick recap for the folks unable to make it. Side note Before we […]

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Responsive images: a look at Foundation’s interchange

I’m attending the Responsive images meetup on September 16th at Mozilla’s Paris headquarters, and I’m very much looking forward to it.

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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.

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Andy Clarke’s Contract killer 3: the french version

I’m currently reviewing my legal documents, and stumbled once again upon Andy Clarke’s Contract Killer, the popular open-source contract for web designers and developers. It’s a fabulous document. Straight to the point, detailed and technical enough, and even more important: readable. By simple people like us.

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Icon fonts: Meet Fontastic

I’ve ben using Icomoon for ever. It suits perfectly my design workflow, and helps me create/add awesome scalable vector icons, customizable with a little bit of CSS.

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