I am a designer and web developer based in Malmö, Sweden. I design and develop websites and mobile applications for a living, currently at Knowit.
This website is where I write stuff related to my profession and share and plug my open source projects.
If you disable viewport zooming in your responsive website you gain more control of the overall experience but at the same time you hinder users from pinch zooming. Is pinch zooming really that important for the majority of users?
Changing paths and task options can be cumbersome and confusing as a project gets larger. By keeping all your options and paths in a separate config file it can make the project easier to maintain.
FlyPanels is a responsive off canvas menu plugin for websites or web apps. It supports all modern browsers and even some of the old ones like IE9. It can be used for menus, contact forms or anything you like really.
As you might have noticed the round button on your iPhone and iPad is lowered instead of raised which is much more than just a nice looking design feature. It’s a very important design feature.
Internet Explorer 10 doesn’t differentiate device width from viewport width, and thus doesn’t properly apply the media queries in your CSS.
“Above the fold, if you want it sold” is an old phrasing that still is relevant. The most important space on your website is above the fold. That’s where you put the most important stuff.
Google Chrome on Android triggers the window.resize event quite often and when you least expect it.
Yahoo’s new logo doesn’t upset me as much as it upsets the rest of the design industry. The logo is the least of their problems.
I felt that Bootstrap 2.3 was too limited when it came to hide and display elements depending on device, so I extended them a bit.