- 06 Oct
7 more questions asked by noob designers
A lot has changed in the past three years in the design world, so I thought it was time to revisit those questions, and see if there are others that new designers might be asking, that need answering. Below you’ll find seven more questions that new designers may ask, along with answers. Everything from applications and workflow to finding collaborators and working with clients are covered. Responsive design has become the default choice when it comes to modern web design. It incorporates a few different concepts: • a fluid grid that adjusts based on the size of the screen a site is being viewed on, using CSS3 media queries; • images that resize in relative units so they don’t display outside of their containing element; • different style rules that are implemented based on media queries. Responsive design was first described by Ethan Marcotte in 2010 in an article on A List Apart, and later in a book titled Responsive Web Design released in 2011. Closely related to responsive design is mobile-first design and progressive enhancement. For more information on how to learn responsive design, check out some of our previous articles on the subject: • Techniques in responsive web design by Chris Converse • Responsive vs. adaptive web design, which is best for you? by Dustin Cartwright • The new rules of the responsive web by Matthew Carver • Must-know facts about responsive design by Marc Schenker • 3 Fundamentals of responsive design you have to master by Richa Jain • The future of responsive web design by Benjie Moss
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A lot has changed in the past three years in the design world, so I thought it was time to revisit those questions, and see if there are others that new designers might be asking, that need answering.