Archive of: best practise
Today, anything that’s fixed and unresponsive isn’t web design, it’s something else. If you don’t embrace the inherent fluidity of the web, you’re not a web designer, you’re something else.
Web design is responsive design, Responsive Web Design is web design, done right.
Jeremy Keith on the proliferation of hash-bang URLs and the recent Gawker redesign:
I’m always surprised when I come across as site that deliberately chooses to make its content harder to access.
He links to this great post by Mike Davies on just how badly this new anti-pattern – which was only ever supposed to be a band-aid for sites that ignored best practise and couldn’t get indexed by Googlebot – is breaking the structure of the web, and led directly to the site outage affecting all Gawker properties on Monday.