How I Chose A Grid Framework

Last week I talked about my choice of a grid for this site. I walked you through my thought process, the constraint the grid is built on, and how I eventually settled on an 8 column grid. I even tossed in a few thoughts about setting up a baseline grid.
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Does Creativity Suffer With Responsive Workflows?

A couple of weeks ago I posted how workflows are changing with responsive design. Mike raised an interesting question in a comment on the post wondering about creativity or a lack of it with the new workflows. I replied, but had more to add.
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Responsive Design: Sensors, Systems, And Actuators

I’ve been talking about various aspects of responsive design for a few months now and while there are plenty of topics that could still be covered, I thought it was time to wrap up this series and move on to some other things.
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Workflows In A Responsive World: From Waterfall To Agile

Responsive design brings a new approach and philosophy to creating and building websites. Many are finding their old workflows less than ideal for responsive projects.
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Where And How To Set Breakpoints In Media Queries

Flexible layouts work well to a point, but there comes a time when we need a more drastic change than simply allowing design elements to expand and contract. There comes a point where we need the ability to make larger changes in how elements flow within a design. Enter media queries. Now with official W3C goodness.
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