3 Types of Breakpoints In Responsive Designs

One of the more important questions you’ll have to answer in a responsive design is where to set breakpoints. Originally designers chose the dimensions of popular devices as a good place to add them. If the iPad is 768px × 1024px then 768px and 1024px might make for good breakpoints or so the thought went.
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Can I Still Use Px?

Moving from static to flexible layouts involves a move from absolute to relative measurements. That generally means giving up px in favor of ems for vertical measurements and % for horizontal measurements. A question that continues to get asked is whether or not it’s ok to still use px here or there.
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Twas The Night Before Responsive

A few years ago when publishing on Christmas Eve, I decided to have a little fun and rewrite the poem Twas the night before Christmas as Twas the night before Google. This year I’m once again publishing on Christmas Eve and I thought why not rewrite the poem yet again? This time with responsive design as the subtext.
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Lessons Learned From A Responsive Design

One of the major goals of my recent redesign was to develop this site responsively. I’ve talked quite a bit about responsive design the last few months and don’t want to rehash it all, but thought I would share some of my thoughts and process along with some lessons I learned in building this site.
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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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