I started a podcast quite a fee years ago to go along with the weekly web design newsletter. The big push for the podcast came when I was writing a feature piece on Responsive Design for Net Magazine and I had the opportunity to speak with a number of talented folks in the industry. I… Continue reading Migrating Simplecast
In a recent article on Medium, JP DeVries wrote about “Unfolding Critical CSS“. Are you building a single web page that users will visit once never to return to or are you building a multi–page website that most users click around on for a while? If you inline an average of ~20kB of critical CSS… Continue reading Is CriticalCSS harming our site performance?
Last week I was lucky enough to be the opening online speaker on Day 2 of the CSS Summit run and managed by Christopher Schmitt and Ari Styles from Environment for Humans.
The other day I came across a post from Paul Robert Lloyd answering some responsive questions for Net Magazine and I realised that I did the same thing last year, I should share my answers as well. These are from 13th November 2013….
Ideas occur to me at the strangest times. Being on the internet all of the time means that it can be a bit of a struggle to stay focussed on just one thing. One of the benefits of this is that I occasionally have a moment of clarity and realise “Yes, this is exactly what… Continue reading Web design feedback tool for project teams
Responsive text to fill the height of the parent element or ellipse it when it doesn’t fit. Visit Link
This is an amazing piece of kit. Start with a box and add columns or rows. Then, from within each resulting box, create another set of evenly spaced columns or rows. It provides some exciting layout ideas. Check out the layout I created in 34 seconds. http://ift.tt/1w2To2y Visit Link
Make lossless optimisation of images part of your automated build process Visit Link
Eighteen months ago I put together a very crude webpage that used iFrames to preview a few of the popular viewports as a quick and dirty test for a responsive project we were working on. There were plans to improve the tools to something with quite a bit of sophistication, but with time constraints in… Continue reading Building Am I Responsive
jResize is a responsive web development tool, built in jQuery to assist the workflow of developers on responsive projects. There are various tools for responsive development, iframes at different widths embedded in the page, and the tedious resizing of the browser. So here’s a different approach which grabs all your HTML, and resizes it inside… Continue reading jResize Plugin, for one window responsive development : Todd Motto: Front-End Web Developer