RWD Podcast 72
I'm back with another episode, back to back for the first time in forever with all the most important weekly links.
I'm back with another episode, back to back for the first time in forever with all the most important weekly links.
All links mentioned in the show can be found on https://responsivedesign.is/articles/rwd-weekly-402/
This week I mull over the question around whether designers should code. Brad and Dan talk about Design and Development workflows Advent Holiday Calendars for Dev’s http://24ways.org/ http://calendar.perfplanet.com/2015/ https://24pullrequests.com/ http://sysadvent.blogspot.co.uk/
With the arrival of iOS11.3 we now have service workers on Apple devices, meaning a wave of PWAs are about to hit us. HOORAH!
This week I go over Jeremy Keiths new one size fits all service worker and possible use cases for service workers on travel sites. We celebrate International Women’s Day and look back on a year with CSS Grid. Transcript The transcript below is computer generated using https://www.descript.com/. I’ve noticed a few issues as I’ve gone […]
Grid Layout, Ecommerce Performance, and IphoneX
This week I talk about a recent presentation course I attended along with a series of the most important links this week.
I’m just back from a few weeks in Australia visiting family and getting the podcast back up and running again. This week we go through the best links for the weekly newsletter.
This week we smell code, talk about the Universe, and the best resource to get started on the web.
This week we take a dive into the`h` element and see how it differs from the traditional H1-H6 approach to headings.
This week we catch up with Stephanie Walter and hear about her approach to building a more responsive web.
Hey everyone and welcome to another edition of Responsive Design Weekly podcast. My name is Justin Avery and I am your host and curator of the Responsive Design Weekly newsletter, a weekly newsletter all about responsive design and other front-end cool stuff. This week I’ve got a small guest but it’s not until the end […]
This week I talk through the new updates to Filament Group’s site. The primary focus is around the HTTP2 and Server Push and what they mean.
A look at how to get up and running with Web VR within 30 minutes.
This week we break back into podcasting for 2017 with a look at VH and VW units.
This week we look at @supports, the double click issue on mobile with :hover, AMP checklists and look at the initial results of the RWD 2016 survey.
This week I talk about the Weight Shift site and how amazing it is along with suggestions to use RWD images, the 10k Apart competition is back again, Brad Frost is talking about pattern libraries, I look at how markup is used across 8 million sites and finally we look at Type Locks and Feature Queries.
This week we are looking at an article from Cloud Four and Jason Grigsby about PWAs.In the article he talks about how to approach Progressive Web Apps not from a technical approach such as…Implement HTTPS; Add Service Worker; Do caching stuff; Dinner and cocktails; But instead the logistics of the design and approach. He talks about the tough things like When is it an app and when is it a website?What expectations do users have if it’s one or another?
This week we talk about Offline Analytics, new
This week I talk about the physical web and how you can use your mobile, both Android and iOS, to distribute and consume beacons for some awesome uses. I also talk about the increase in HTTPS sites on the web and why it’s now more important than ever to run your site with SSL.
This week I talk about Medium and how crappy their URL structure can be which leads me back to a discussion about publishing your content on your own platform first, and then syndicating to places like Medium.
After a long break the RWD Podcast is back with a slightly different format. I chose a few pieces of news and some interesting responsive sites I’ve seen for the week and discuss them. This week it’s LampPost.io and using the Am I Responsive tool plus a bit on Service Workers and pinch and zoom on safari.
AMP pages, conference discounts and responsive redesigns are all the rage this week.
Shownotes Jeremy on Twitter Jeremy’s Amazon author page Jeremy’s personal website Gymnasium Catalog Jeremy’s RWD course Writing For Web & Mobile Information Design & Data Visualization Customizing Gymnasium on the Open edX learning platform Caniuse.com Aquent Vitamin T Suck.com
Back from Xmas Holidays with a wrap up of what happened while we were all hibernating.
This week I talk about the process of putting together the RWD Newsletter each week from finding the articles to choosing the right ones and how to organise them all as you go. I also talk about Responsive Patterns & Principles — the new A Book Apart book from Ethan Marcotte.
This week I talk about AMP, recount the trip over for the Adobe Max Conference and look at books in browsers.
The second part of the Entropic Web presentation from the Mobxcon.com conference.
This week I talk through the first half of the presentation on the Entropic Web.
PPK and Justin Avery talk about the philosophical direction of the web while constantly trying to bring it back on track to more tangible discussions.
Podcast Episode 40 where I discuss http2 and the waterfall chart, we take a look at getting better performance out of a simple plugin that provides lazy load images.
This week the podcast is back to Justin riffing on all the responsive things that have happened for the week.
This week we catch up with Matt Griffin, owner and founder of Bearded.com, columnist at A List Apart and movie maker… not to mention a great designer and former drummer in a band that made in BIG in Japan (honestly).
Podcast Sponsor A huge thanks to MediaTemple.net for their support of this weeks podcast. For years, Media Temple’s Grid service has been the web hosting choice of more designers, developers, and creative professionals than any other platform. That’s because a single Grid account can host anything from your portfolio site to 100 different client projects. […]
This week Karen McGrane shares her experiences on large scale responsive design projects and provides insights into the most common problems she hears about from companies on the other Responsive Design Podcast.
This week I chat with Nick Schaden from GetPocket. We talk about tooling for the web, how performance is affecting our approach to building websites and about how native and web don’t need to compete on the same playing field.
This week I get the opportunity to speak with Nathan Ford from Monotype who is the product manager for the wonderful Gridset App.
This week I’m joined with Mike Fowler and Fiona Tay and we talk about the newly launched responsively designed Airbnb website. We look at the focus around performance, building a MVP and how they tackled some exceptionally tight deadlines.
This article was years before its time. Ten years after Dao was published Ethan wrote about Responsive Design. Ethans idea was new at the time, but when you read Dao the idea of responsive design becomes a crystallisation of the ideas that John had first raised 10 years previously in Dao.
This week I catch up with Adam Luptak and talk about the 2 year redesign of Rally Interactive.
This week I spend some time talking with Ulrik Hogrebe who is one of the Art Directors responsible for the BBC News website and 28 country news sites.
This week I’m fortunate to chat with Jason Beaird from Mailchimp, a web application that I spend around 5 hours a week using and LOVE
This week we chat with Catherine Farman about Grunt and how the tooling can make your front end work flow easier. We also talk about this weeks sponsor, Girl Develop It, and all of the excellent free resources they provide for anyone to learn.
While the transcription is being done here are a few show notes. Ghost Lab Device Lab Ghost Lab (the TV Show) Lab Up Open Device Lab ALA Zephryos (html5 wrapper to build mac and windows apps) Andi Dysart site Transcript Justin Avery: Hey everyone, and welcome to another episode of Responsive Design Weekly Podcast. This […]
Part 2 for the Pro’s guide to Responsive design covering off progressive enhancement, responsive typography, the new Grid and Flexbox, creating grids with :nth-child selectors and much more.
Sass-y Stu Robson joins us for special edition of the podcast all the way from Cardiff.
Now that we’ve mastered flexible grids and media queries it’s time to take our responsive design to the next level. Learn from these advanced techniques.
Shownotes they’re coming they’re coming Transcript Justin Avery: All right. Hi everyone and welcome to another edition of responsive design weekly podcast, its episode 22. This week we are lucky to be sponsored by MailChimp. MailChimp is awesome. I love MailChimp so much I get to hang out with it every Thursday night while write the […]
This week Jordan Moore joins us for the podcast as we talk about Tony Hawk Skating, his early work on Typecast, and a whole bunch of rules and best practices around responsive typography.
This week we’re joined by front-end technical at The Guardian, Mr Patrick Hamann. We talk about the Guardian’s performance first approach to news and how Patrick and the team were able to break the 1000ms barrier.
Brad Frost talks to us about the responsive web, pattern lab, and when it’s alright to use a carousel on your site.
This week I’m joined by the Father of Responsive Design, Mr Ethan Marcotte. It was great to chat with Ethan about how he arrived in the field of web design, the fundamentals of responsive design and why they’re so important, and where he sees things moving in the future.
This week I welcome Stephen Hay to the show. I had a great time chatting with Stephen about his work on responsive design workflow, how he approaches the design process and he even parts with the Ultimate Advanced Responsive Design technique.
John Allsopp talks about the web being more than just the device we’re accessing it upon. We aren’t building for a device or a browser, it’s not mobile or content first…. think user first.
Jeremy Keith talks about writing, progressive enhancement and how we can take a new basic approach to build our sites.
Show Notes Eric Portis Eric Portis on SrcSet and Sizes Eric Portis on Smashing Mag Johnathan Fielding Simple State Manager Enquire.js Reasons.to Beyond Tellerand Using Responsive Frameworks and standard breakpoints I also came across a question around using responsive frameworks or using a set of predefined breakpoints when approaching new projects. I can see the […]
This week we’re super lucky to be joined by Mat Marquis, chair of the Responsive Images Community Group, staffer on A List Apart and much more.
This week we’re joined by Christopher Schmitt on our responsive podcast.
In this weeks podcast we take a look at Macaw, talk a bit about performance and SpeedCurve benchmarking against Smashing Magazine, and we look at two of the talks as part of the RWD Summit 2014.
This week we take a look at responsive typography, setting your type in EM’s and making it modular and scalable across multiple breakpoints.
Responsive images are one of those easy to solve issues, just add max-width:100%, but end up being one of the most difficult things to do perfectly. This week I look at your different options to approach RWD images and the best way forward for you.
Get up to speed with what is happening with HTTP2 and how it will impact your website today.
Approaching a responsive design for an existing site can be daunting. In this podcast I talk about some of your options and help you to understand what will be the best fit for you or your client moving forwards.
This weeks question comes from our fans on Facebook where they wanted to know more about what to do with navigation.
This week our question comes from one of our subscribers, Ellis Taylor. Ellis replied to last week’s newsletter and asked about best practices when it comes to loading in additional content at various breakpoints.
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