Responsive website design is incredibly difficult to get right. It’s often said that designing for content is the key to success. In the screenshots below you can see the websites of Elliot Jay Stocks, Jeffrey Zeldman, and Information Architects, all of which have had a redesign/realign this year with content as their priority and thus typography as their paintbrush. There are […]
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It’s 2012, why are we still seeing websites assemble like Optimus Prime? In January I wrote Web Design: 2012 and Beyond to highlight points of interest for the coming year. On interactivity I asked, “Is the page reload a thing of the past?”. ‘Web apps’ are all the rage, and while we shouldn’t be trying to copy native […]
We’re hiring at Browser. If you like making stuff for the Web you’ll fit right in. The roles that need filling are a Junior Digital Designer/Developer (1 year’s experience needed) and an Intern Digital Designer (no experience, but lots of skills and ambition). Hit the website for more info and contact details. Recruitment agencies, try: +44 (0) 8705 244622.
We don’t spend hours debugging obscure IE bugs… Neither do I, yet my websites work just fine in Internet Explorer. Just over a month after the last “we’re dropping IE support” publicity stunt, another tech start-up has successfully hit pay dirt with the exact same bullshit (read: actively blocking IE). I realise that by sharing this link bait I’m feeding the trolls, […]
As an occasional writer for Smashing Magazine — that’s a disclaimer (and an honour!) — I’ve had the pleasure of reading the latest publication, Smashing Book #3 - Redesign The Web. Here’s my honest opinion on why this book is worth buying: On Business Book #3 opens with wise words from Paul Boag on the reality of web design as […]
Developing with open web standards that are to be interpreted by literally hundreds of variations in device and browser can be tricky, but the biggest problem is often not the browser interpreting the code, but the developer writing it. Many so called “bugs” are the product of bad code and wrong expectations; don’t blame the machine. A […]