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The Power of Responsive Design Sprints

In 2008, I sat gobsmacked in Web 2.0 Expo session. The topic of M. Jackson Wilkinson‘s presentation was “Design and User Experience in the Agile Process“, and I literally couldn’t imagine designing that way. Fast forward seven years,… More

Case Study: Our SVG Icon Process

When I wrote about why you shouldn’t use icon fonts in your next web project, I had no idea it would spark so much heated debate and intense discussion. One recurring question stood out to me: How might one… More

Responsive Image Breakpoints Generator

Responsive image breakpoints have vexed me for nearly four years. They have been my personal koan—my unsolvable problem—until today. See a couple of years ago, I had a crazy idea to pick image breakpoints using performance budgets. More

A Responsive Guide to Type Sizing

When starting new projects, a CSS builder’s initial concerns tend to involve typography. Setting a typographic foundation with the right mixture of ingredients can form something solid enough to support many other building blocks of design. It’s an approach that… More

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

Shifty Tile Flyouts

Although my favorite projects will always be those that allow us to re-evaluate a user experience from the ground up, sometimes that isn’t realistic. That’s where Responsive Retrofitting comes in: The process of making small, surgical changes to existing… More


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