What is responsive typography? In a nut shell, having responsive typography means your web pages’ font sizes and spacing will adapt to the various viewport sizes in which they are displayed. The size of the font characters, their line-height, and their spacing from other page elements can and should be changed on larger and smaller […]Continue to full article
After the responsive layout, the responsive image is the logical next step in responsive web design (RWD). Having responsive images means serving up appropriate sized images based on a user’s device – which ultimately saves bandwidth, time and money.
Question is: Are you helping people save money, or are ya being a jerk?Continue to full article
You’ve just built your client a super slick responsive site. They now watch as the pages twist and transform before their very eyes as you expand and collapse the web browser’s frame. You explain that this new, modern, responsive site will adapt to any device it is displayed on. Congratulations; you are King-wizard of the Internet!
Buuuut I have two questions for you, my fellow front-end soldier.Continue to full article