In a recent post responsive web design – should we turn it off I mentioned that we’re all still learning when it comes to responsive design, so I thought I’d share the things I’ve personally discovered recently.
There is always plenty of talk about responsive web design (RWD) and a few articles have jumped out at me recently.
- Seven potential downsides for using responsive design
- Zooming Squishes
- Turning off responsive design
I have a few thoughts, of course, and some approaches to stuff myself.
A little late, this post was supposed to go up on Six Revisions at the start of the year as “Five things that will keep shaping the web in 2012” however there were a few issues over there so I’ve decided to publish it here anyway. As it was written at the end of December some of the things may already have moved on a little.
So having looked back at last year’s predictions and having survived a sober new years eve (I was driving and had places to be on New year’s day) I’m back to have a look at what 2012 might have in store for us.
I’m not sure what you use for your design work but I’ve used Adobe Fireworks as my primary tool for quite a while (back when it was Macromedia Fireworks). I’ve had a quick chat over about the using it over on Fireworksinterviews.com, you can check it out here http://fireworksinterviews.com/dave-sparks.