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  1. The Big Web Show 112: Responsive Images Get Real

    Mat Marquis, chair of the W3C Responsive Images Community Group, sits down with Zeldman to discuss guidelines for responsive images in multi-device design. The two web designers discuss the history, theory, and multi-leveled challenge of responsive images, the path to standardization, and what browsers will do next.

    The goal of a “responsive images” solution is to deliver images optimized for the end user’s context, rather than serving the largest potentially necessary image to everyone. Unfortunately, this hasn’t been quite so simple in practice as it is in theory.

    http://muleradio.net/thebigwebshow/112

    —Huffduffed by adactio one month ago

  2. RWD Podcast Episode 5: Conditional Loading

    This week our question comes from one of our subscribers, Ellis Taylor.

    Ellis replied to last weeks newsletter and asked about best practices when it comes to loading in additional content at various breakpoints.

    http://responsivedesign.is/articles/rwd-podcast-episode-5-conditional-loading

    —Huffduffed by adactio 2 months ago

  3. Stephen Hay – Responsive Web Design Workflow » UIE Brain Sparks

    The web is no longer fixed width. Designs are more malleable than ever because of fluid grids, media queries, and everything else that comes with responsive web design. This makes using static photoshop comps as a deliverable unmanageable. Design workflows inevitably have to change and adapt as the way we design for the web evolves.

    In his virtual seminar, Responsive Web Design Workflow, Stephen Hay outlines how his workflow has changed in the face of new design processes. He believes that taking a content first approach is instrumental to working with fluid designs. This allows you to mold the design around the content instead of trying to fit the content into a fixed design.

    The audience had a bunch of great questions during the live seminar. Stephen joins Adam Churchill for this podcast to answer some of those questions.

    http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2014/01/30/stephen-hay-responsive-web-design-workflow/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 2 months ago

  4. Brad Frost – Creating Responsive Interfaces » UIE Brain Sparks

    Frameworks and design patterns are no strangers in the world of web design. As responsive web design becomes common practice, making sure these templates work across every imaginable screen and device is trickier. There have been attempts to break down page elements in separate modules, but you often never see it fully assembled.

    Brad Frost shares this frustration and introduces Atomic Design as a solution. Borrowing from the metaphor of atoms making up molecules, molecules making up organism and so forth, Brad thinks responsive design needs to be approached deeper than at the page level. Having these individual modules is great, but how do they all fit together?

    Designing in this way allows you to be more deliberate and systematic in your approach. Dividing an interface up creates the ability to stitch webpages together but in a way that builds from an atomic level and you can clearly see how you’ve arrived at the end product. This approach to responsive design, as Brad says, serves to solve problems in a very acute way.

    http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2014/01/16/brad-frost-creating-responsive-interfaces/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 months ago

  5. 098: With Lyza Danger Gardner - ShopTalk

    This week we were joined by Lyza Danger Gardner.

    We talked about (roughly in order):

    News’n’Links’n’Drama:

    12:33 Web Standards Killed The HTML Star, and Is Web Design Dead?

    21:40 Grunt is dead? What about Gulp?

    Q & A:

    27:04 I’m curious to know how we as a community are handling touch events on mobile devices at the moment? Specifically referring to dropdown/fly-out menus. Is there a popular jQuery/JS library you’d recommend?

    35:15 Every now and then, my job requires me to code an html email template. I usually have to look online to see what email clients can and can’t handle, but lately I’ve been getting a lot of contradictory answers. Is there a CanIUse.com for emails?

    40:05 Is it possible to (and how can one) avoid code redundancy / DRY violations when supporting non-media query browsers like IE8 and below during responsive design implementation?

    50:37 Can you explain a bit about what Compass is, how to use it, and what makes it so great?

    58:34 What are the benefits of having a responsive design vs a separate mobile site?

    http://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/098-lyza-danger-gardner/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 months ago

  6. Jason Grigsby – Responsive Web Design with Mobile in Mind » UIE Brain Sparks

    Jason is joining us to teach one of the daylong workshops in Denver, CO April 7-9 as part of the UX Immersion Mobile Conference. For more information about Jason’s and 5 other workshops, visit uxim.co.

    With the mobile web, specifically m dot sites increasingly becoming a thing of the past, responsive web design has become common practice. The ability for your site to display across screen sizes and devices, reduces development time and allows for one design to work anywhere. However, this shouldn’t signal a shift away from mobile-first thinking.

    Jason Grigsby, of Cloud Four, believes that there are considerations that responsive design alone doesn’t address. The total experience of your site is more than just what it looks like. Simply using media queries to optimize your site’s design for different page widths is not a viable solution. Page weights, image sizes, and network speeds all need to be factored into the equation.

    In Jason’s mind, performance is a key differentiator. He says that you can have a beautiful design or the perfect user experience, but if your performance is bad, people won’t use it. Sites that look good and work well on the desktop may feel slow and bloated on a mobile device. Starting with performance in mind and considering mobile-first avoids these problems early in the process.

    http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2014/01/07/jason-grigsby-responsive-web-design-with-mobile-in-mind/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 months ago

  7. Ben Callahan – Structuring Your Workflow for Responsive Web Design » UIE Brain Sparks

    As responsive web design becomes more prevalent, our approach to designing for the web is changing. With former assumptions, as dismissive as they may have been, that the web was a fixed width, it was easier to have a more linear workflow. With the need for the web to reconfigure and adapt to different devices and displays, designers and developers need to adapt to changing workflows.

    Ben Callahan of Sparkbox has experienced this changing landscape firsthand. He has found that even down to the core of how they price projects has changed with responsive work. The fact that their development and design process have continued to get more iterative and collaborative has had a ripple effect on all aspects of projects. This has allowed clients to become more involved in the process.

    Ben says that getting the client involved from the beginning helps shape the scope and phases of the project. They try to learn as much as they can to inform what it is they’ll do next. He says that his team has really tried to embrace the idea and approach clients with “The understanding that we know less about your project today, then we will tomorrow”.

    http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2013/12/17/ben-callahan-structuring-your-workflow-for-responsive-web-design/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 months ago

  8. Trent Walton – Dorm Room Tycoon

    In this interview, Trent Walton co-founder of Paravel explains the impact responsive web design has had on his design process.

    http://drt.fm/trent-walton/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 months ago

  9. James & Per & Brad go future friendly - UX Podcast

    An interview with Brad Frost. Style guides, interface inventories, being future friendly, breaking silos and much more!

    http://uxpodcast.com/51-brad-frost-future-friendly/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 9 months ago

  10. Live from Front-End Conf - ShopTalk

    This episode of Shop Talk was filmed before a live studio audience. Thanks to Dan & Cherrie Denney for inviting us down to Front-End Design Conference in St. Petersburg, Florida. Chris played the banjo a bit and Dave wore a Floridian shirt. It is a spectacular conference and a lot of fun was had.

    http://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/live-from-front-end-conf/

    —Huffduffed by adactio 9 months ago

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