Posts filed under “Potpourri”
Should All Sites Be Responsive?
Aaron weighs in on this and other RWD-related questions in .net.
Download AWD direct to Dropbox
You can now download your digital copy of Adaptive Web Design via Dropbox, which is incredibly handy if you are on a mobile device that is not terribly adept at managing downloads.
Designing with Empathy at #btconf
I used my time on stage in Düsseldorf this past May to talk about ways we can and should inject more empathy into our work.
Apple vs. the Open Web
Reading Dan Kaplan’s post on Siri finally convinced me that Apple doesn’t care about the open web.
Orlando in a Whirlwind
Last week was a bit of a whirlwind: we traveled to Orlando, made some chili, launched a responsive refresh, and delivered new a new talk & workshop.
Welcome Jeff Bridgforth
Today, I have the honor of introducing you to the newest Easy team member: Jeff Bridgforth. Jeff comes to us from Bonnier, where he built websites for Popular Science, Popular Photography, Saveur, and Parenting. Being a former publishing guy myself, I’m delighted to be bringing someone on who has a solid grounding in content-rich websites.
Implementing Responsive Design
In case you hadn’t heard, Tim Kadlec fantastic book Implementing Responsive Design came out today from New Riders. It’s a fantastic and necessary read for any practicing web professional out there and I was honored Tim asked me to write the foreword.
Aaron on the BBC (and UIE)
Aaron’s been all over the place lately. He was recently interviewed for a segment on HTML5 that ran on BBC television in the UK. He also sat down for a chat with Jared Spool to talk about responsive design, adaptive user interfaces, mobile and more.
Funkas Tillgänglighetsdagar 2012
A few weeks back, I flew to Sweden to deliver a talk on progressive enhancement for mobile devices at Funkas Tillgänglighetsdagar. I thought I’d share my slide deck from the talk in case you’re interested.
An End to Aging IE Installs
Do you hear that sound? That’s right Johnny, it’s the sound of millions of web professionals breathing a collective sigh of relief.