responsive design

  • Twitter Unifies Its iOS App Design And Development

    Twitter Unifies Its iOS App Design And Development

    RIP designed for iPad? Twitter has unified the design and development of its iOS apps, switching from developing and designing each app separately, off of a shared code base, to using responsive web design to handle the various different screen sizes without having to pour in as much engineering resource. Read More

  • Adobe Makes Life Easier For Web Designers, Adds Easy Export From Photoshop To Edge Reflow

    Adobe Makes Life Easier For Web Designers, Adds Easy Export From Photoshop To Edge Reflow

    Adobe is launching the latest update for Photoshop CC today. Besides numerous smaller feature additions, this new version adds a tool called “Adobe Generator” that is, among other things, deeply integrated with Edge Reflow, the company’s tools for creating responsive web designs. Using Generator, which is also available as an open source tool, designers can now easily take… Read More

  • Google Launches New Ad Unit For Responsive Sites

    Google Launches New Ad Unit For Responsive Sites

    Google today launched a new responsive AdSense unit in beta that is specifically designed to run on sites that automatically adapt to different screen sizes. Now that responsive design has moved from being just a buzzword to something many web designers are actually putting into practice, being able to control how ads appear on these sites has become a more pressing issue for developers and… Read More

  • Why Does The New Google+ Use So Much Whitespace?

    Why Does The New Google+ Use So Much Whitespace?

    Google launched a massive redesign of Google+ earlier today. The reaction to this new interface for the company’s fledgling social network have been generally positive, but most users are somewhat confused about why there is suddenly so much whitespace on the site. Indeed, the #whitespace hashtag is currently trending on the site and it’s probably the most discussed… Read More