Topic: Mobile

Responsive Design Testing with Screenfly

Responsive design is all the rage. Ethan Marcotte, just today, released a new book on the subject, of which I’m quite excited. My last post was all about responsive web design, and after writing the article, I couldn’t help but ask myself: what now? Designing and implementing experiences for an unknown number of devices can be an intimidating task, especially when you don’t have the opportunity to test your designs on many (or any) of them. The answer, for me, was to create a new web app that aids in this testing process. It’s called Screenfly, and it’s the first of many apps that will be available on QuirkTools.com. Continue reading…

Responsive Layouts Using CSS Media Queries

The days of the desktop are numbered. In the past, designing a web interface involved targeting a screen resolution in the vicinity of 960 pixels wide. For many years, this worked, and it worked well, because 99% of online users could easily read and scroll at that resolution, regardless of the browser, operating system, or machine they were using. Times have changed. Continue reading…