Responsive Web Design is, simply said, a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience. RWD makes a website easy to read and navigate with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling, across different browsers and platforms (desktop to tablets to phone) based on fluid grids, flexible images and media queries.
But why should you care about Responsive Web Design?
Previously, sites were chiefly designed for desktops. But the mobile web has became more popular. According to statistics the mobile internet is expected to overtake desktop internet usage this year. This makes it necessary to design websites that are flexible and can be viewed from almost any device.
We are very thrilled to be a gold sponsor at the Frontend Conference Zurich which is starting today – So it is with hyperbolic excitement that we can announce that each conference attendee will find a copy of Mike Monteiro's awesome book "Design is a Job" in his or her goodie bag.
The one and a half days at the Meet Magento #6.12 conference helped me to shape the vision of Liip as a Magento solution provider. I can see an exciting future with a lot of opportunities in the eCommerce business and the upcoming version Magento 2.
On Wednesday five Liipers spoke at the ONE Schweiz Conference in the Messe Zürich.
On the acceptance of UX concepts in the development process.
I had the pleasure to give a talk at today's Internet Briefing Lunch on the future of fonts on the web and address the buzz that this topic is enjoying at the moment.
Liip ist ab sofort auch offline erkennbar :)
This blog has now a latest comments RSS feed. All other BxCMS based blogs, as well, of course ;)
Despite the recent spam attack on trackback servers, I implemented trackbacks into our blog plugin. I didn't commit it yet to our subversion repository, since it needs some polishement, but it already works on this blog. See the comment form for getting the trackback url.
Trackbacks are currently moderated, meaning I have to approve your trackback for appearing in the comments. I'll see, how well it goes and maybe open it up again later on.