Topic: Mobile Web Page 4

Slow and ugly

Many years ago at a previous job, I was responsible for pushing our organization to adopt a new ticket tracking system. We decided to use an open source project called Request Tracker (RT). This was before the days of… More

Fantastic intro to new srcset and sizes

I normally don’t write a post simply to link to another article, but if you’ve enjoyed the things I’ve written about responsive images, you really should read what Eric Portis wrote about Srcset and Sizes. Eric describes the logic… More

What’s New in hideShowPassword 2

Last June, we released our hideShowPassword plugin for improving the experience of password-entry (particularly on mobile devices). As of this writing, it’s our most-starred and most-forked project on GitHub. We’ve released a handful of… More

Dan Bricklin on Responsive App Design

Have you seen Dan Bricklin‘s Responsive App Design video? Yes, that Dan Bricklin. The “father of the spreadsheet” Dan Bricklin. I desperately wanted to include this video in my last article on when responsive design makes sense… More

Defining Responsiveness

When people say that something is responsive, what do they mean? I’m not being facetious. I think many of us think we know what is meant, but when you dig deeper, there is disagreement about what it means for something… More

Picking a Responsive Tables Solution

One of the most common questions I get asked during responsive design workshops is how to handle tables. I usually show some of the techniques and then tell people they should pick the right technique for the content in the… More


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