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On the Device Context Continuum

The fact the Apple may soon release an App Store for TVs has me revisiting a couple of questions that have troubled me these last few years: Where does the common device context continuum start and end? And more importantly,… More

The feature phone era of TVs ends next week

Three years ago after writing Head First Mobile Web with Lyza, I was burnt out on mobile and wanted to do something different. So I decided to start researching the web on TVs. TVs seemed like the furthest thing… More

Will someone do this on mobile?

A frequent question that product owners face is whether not someone will do a particular activity on a mobile device or not. In my experience, people often arrive at two answers based on context. When looking at your own product:… More

Responsive Images, Part 10: Conclusion

Phew. We made it! We’ve come to the end of the Responsive Images 101 series. Before we part ways with this series, I want to pass along some tips, resources and final thoughts on where responsive images are heading next. More

Responsive Images 101, Part 9: Image Breakpoints

I’ve dreaded writing this installment of the Responsive Images 101 series. Selecting image breakpoints is something everyone will face, and frankly, I have no good answers for you. But sooner or later, we will all face the image breakpoints koan. More

Final Responsive Field Day Speakers!

When we tell people about Responsive Field Day, the most common response we get is, “Wow, that’s amazing lineup.” My response has been, “And we’re not done yet.” That’s why I’m so pleased and honored to get to share… More

Responsive Field Day Tickets On Sale Now

Hooray! It’s ticket time! Tickets for Responsive Field Day are now available, and they’re just $175. Register now! Three more speakers It’s not just tickets we’re excited about—we’re also ready to announce three more… More

Responsive Images 101, Part 8: CSS Images

Most of the time when people refer to responsive images, they are referring to inline images, not CSS images. This is because before <picture> and srcset there were no good solutions for inline responsive images. When it comes to CSS… More

Responsive Images 101, Part 7: Type

So far we’ve been focused on how to make responsive images more performant. That’s essential, but at the end of the day, we still have the same old image on the page. Now, it is time for the fun stuff!… More


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