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How to Design a Mobile Responsive Website | UX Booth

To build a mobile site or not to build a mobile site; this is a question at the forefront of many a discussion. There is, however, another option: responsive web design. When, why, and how should you go about designing a responsive website? With mobile internet users set to surpass desktop internet users in the [...]

Posted on: 29/12/11
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Applying Mathematics To Web Design – Smashing Magazine

    “Mathematics is beautiful.” This may sound absurd to people who wince at numbers and equations. But some of the most beautiful things in nature and our universe exhibit mathematical properties, from the smallest seashell to the biggest whirlpool galaxies. In fact, one of the greatest ancient philosophers, Aristotle, said: “The mathematical sciences particularly [...]

Posted on: 03/10/11
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Musings on the Relationship Between Grids and Guides

As the use of grids in web design continues to grow in popularity, I would like to consider the relationship between the grid and the use of guides. Though clearly related, these two concepts are also distinctly different, and in this article I would like to muse and ponder about those differences. Though it has [...]

Posted on: 03/10/11
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User Experience and the design of news at BBC World Service – Johnny Holland

Designing a setting for the torrent of content that passes daily through a news website is a challenge unlike any other. At the BBC World Service we’ve got a user experience and design team which designs and develops news sites for the web and mobile devices in 27 languages, catering for audiences across world. In [...]

Posted on: 26/09/11
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