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Can We Finally Move Beyond Mobile?

posted on Sep 20, 2011.

The emergence of responsive design is changing the way that many people think about web design. In this article, we will look at what this might mean for the future and consider the possibility that it is finally time start moving beyond the division of the mobile web and start thinking of a unified and device-independent web.

Real World CSS Practices

posted on Aug 19, 2011.

I’ve been working with CSS for quite a few years now. Based on that experience, this article will share some of the best habits and practices that I have found to be helpful and beneficial in the areas of organization, performance, readability and typography.

I Love Responsive Design, But…

posted on Aug 6, 2011.

Responsive Design—it’s one of the hottest new things in the web design community these days. In this article, I want to consider it is a tool, and examine some potential drawbacks as the technique relates to development time, questions of advertising and the importance of a consistent user experience.

Usability and CSS3 Columns

posted on Mar 16, 2011.

In this article, we’re going to discuss the issue of columns, which have been introduced in CSS3. While considering the influence of print on web design, we’ll look at the issue of how usability can potentially be impacted by some potential uses of CSS columns.

Why I Use CSS Frameworks

posted on Mar 3, 2011.

I’m a big fan of CSS frameworks, and the immense benefits that they bring to my work as a web designer and developer. In this article, I would like to look at some of the reasons why I use these types of tools and even consider some of the criticisms that have been laid against them.

Old Trends, New Face? Patterns of Behaviour in Web Design

posted on Jan 22, 2011.

In this post, I would like to consider the recent article “Are Current Web Design Trends Pushing Us Back to 1999?” and consider the possibility that the similarities and parallels drawn in this article are actually symptomatic of basic human behaviour that drives either designers or the clients that those designers are working for. And yes, we’ll touch on the new HTML5 logo too.

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