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Responsive Design

Responsive DesignResponsive design is all the rage now. You absolutely can not ignore it at this day and age. Ranging from the rookie level to the guru one, you'll find articles and tutorials of all colors and shapes here. You can start from reading our free eBook on responsive design.
The conventional wisdom is that big images sell. Somewhat more subjective opinions tell us that big images are pretty. Whatever the reason, we like our big images. Here's a new and unique solution that gives you responsive full-screen background images. And two more common ones.
We need to change our approach to images. Why? Because the Internet has changed. People aren't just browsing at home, any more, they're doing it all over the place, on screens of almost every conceivable size.
Since Google rolled out the new algorithm, if your design is not responsive you are doomed. Learn the basic principles of responsive typography right now.
SVG will take over the world. We strongly believe so, and here is what an experienced web designer has to say to confirm it.
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In our day and age, when about 70% of people browse the internet via mobile devices of various sizes, it's almost incomprehensible to create a website that is not responsive.
If you are looking for a highly responsive, easily customizable and beautifully designed web template you need one built with Bootstrap. What is so special about Bootstrap and why should you care what your template is built with? Well, let's find out, shall we?
Even though mobile is ever-growing these days as a format, there are still challenges to using it satisfactorily. For instance, have you ever tried typing out an email or a text message with proper spelling and grammar on your little smartphone? Here are some awesome ideas on how a keyboard can improve the mobile user experience instead of frustrating it (as many keyboards do!)
There is nothing new about responsive design; it has been around since 2010 when Ethan Marcotte coined the term for an article in A List Apart. But there is no doubt that in a little over three years it has completely changed the way web designer's work.
When you design a website it is more important than ever to ensure you're reaching your audience. Many website owners are neglecting the needs of tablet owners which is a costly mistake. Tablets are selling in huge numbers. Over half the homes in America own a tablet according to research conducted by Frank N. Magid Associates.
Responsive design is an obvious trend in our day and age. Well, if you don't live under the rock. Moreover, it has been a trend for about two years now. And I'm sure that it will be even more popular for a bunch of years. As a cool web developer, you should make responsive web sites in the right way. To show you how to do it, I've put together these awesome books on responsive web design. Do not hesitate to invest in your education, because knowledge is power!