Tutorial on how to make Youtube videos responsive using CSS & HTML. Responsive Youtube embeds use iframes, CSS & HTML to make your Youtube videos responsive.
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Recently, I was working on a project that needed a responsive image map. What the heck is that? I cannot remember the last time that I had a reason to create an image map, never mind a responsive image map. Whoa, remember image maps?? In my early days, when using Dreamweaver, I remember drawing image maps to link cropped images from Photoshop.
We all need some inspiration sometimes. Especially with responsive design. Here are some of the best responsive websites that have been inspiring me, in January 2014 so far. Some are based on aesthetic and some on technical ability. I tend to come across a lot of websites that look amazing, but have crazy long load times. Although these websites are very eye catching and impressive, I try not to condone this practice. Just because a websites looks great, doesn’t mean a user should have to wait 10 minutes for it to load, or use a certain browser.
I’m loving the new Media Temple Responsive Website. Even though the design is pretty “flat”, it still has some depth to it, with obvious call-to-actions. The mobile navigation is pretty damn sexy, especially since it is multi-level. Some interesting decisions were made on mobile, which enhance the user’s experience and make the websites very “mobile friendly”
There’s a lot of discussion in the web design community about responsive images. Every blog, including this one, as well as every conference from here to the Mississippi are talking about the problem and possible solutions. (I spelled Mississippi right the first time…No I didn’t) Personally, I would love to see a new image type […]
I do a lot of web browsing (we all do). Mostly to look at websites for inspiration and other stuff… But let’s stick to the web inspiration for now. These are some of the best responsive websites October 2013, that I’ve recently found and I’m going to try to post every week / month, sharing some inspiration.
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Responsive web design using CSS transitions have been around for a while now, but many designers do not implement this nifty little feature. Why? Well, most users don’t normally sit at their computers, resizing their web browsers a hundred times. Unless they are web designers or developers. But maybe they do…For other reasons I can’t think of at the moment.
Here are some of the best grids for responsive design. If you’re looking to streamline your work flow, or make your life easier. These grids will help even the busiest freelance web designer.
Here are 5 Best Responsive WordPress Themes. Maybe not the best option for a custom site, but they can be used as a framework or starting point for your designs. Enjoy!
Ever try visiting a website using any of the major browsers available from your HDTV? If so, then I’m sure you’ve noticed, they’re all terrible. From PS3 to Xbox 360, to Internet enabled TVs, the user experience does not make sense at all. Attempting to click on a text link with that awkwardly large “mouse” pointer using the analog joystick, is painful to say the least. And the UI for most so called Smart TVs need drastic improvement.