Posts Tagged ‘mobile first’

  1. 30 Jan, 2013

    You Keep Using That Word, I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means

    Great post by Bret Jankord about the meaning of popular terms that get flung around a lot: progressive enhancement, graceful degradation, Mobile First, responsive web design, RESS and more. This clarification is extremely welcome as I see a whole lot […]

  2. 13 Aug, 2012

    The Many Faces of ‘Mobile First’

    We see the phrase ‘mobile first’ everywhere. Luke Wroblewski definitely struck a nerve when he coined the phrase a few years ago and created an important battle cry as we head into this multi-screen future. Luke’s definition of mobile first […]

  3. 02 Mar, 2012

    Planting the Seed for a Responsive Future

    Stephanie Rieger has a beautiful post called Responsive Is a Characteristic, which is a fantastic reminder that responsiveness should be an important component of any project, even if it’s not a full-blown, certified-organic responsive experience. This is what I tend […]

  4. 02 Oct, 2011

    For a Future-Friendly Web

    We need to start thinking and acting in a more future-friendly way when approaching web design. The diversity of web-enabled devices is increasing at an alarming rate. We have to rethink our content and the contexts in which our content is viewed.