Search Results: adaptive

104 results for the term 'adaptive' ordered by relevance

Robert Beerworth

How to illustrate adaptive design?

Two great links showing how adaptive design works.

Wiliam Staff

Business benefits of Adaptive Designs

So what are the business benefits of having an adaptive website design?

Edwin Antonian

Responsive or adaptive ?

The decision should be made at the start of the project within the team which includes UX / Design / Front-end / Back-end development. The decision upfront will also allow for better design / coding methods.

Matthew Cox

Adaptive/responsive technical and SEO considerations

Adaptive and responsive design have emerged from the desire to serve all the content of a single site from a single domain.

Jayde Smith

Can Responsive Design be wrong? 3 reasons says it can.

Responsive Design is seen as the superior successor to Adaptive Design with no downside. I beg to differ.

Robert Beerworth

Do clients really resize browser windows to test responsive design?

People are resizing browser windows. Which we knew and know but still... wow, they're resizing browser windows.

Vince Scordino

The Vary HTTP Header

When developing mobile websites, responsive or adaptive, there are some important factors to consider outside of the IA involved with UI and design.

Queron Jephcott

Axure 7.0 beta has so many shortcuts that I know I’m doing things the slow way

Axure 7.0 beta is in the works and the biggest change isn't adaptive views, it's shortcuts.

Mark Greenwood

What's the difference between adaptive, responsive web design?

Using primarily HTML and CSS we can "fluidly" adjust the width of elements and even hide elements to fit the available space.

Queron Jephcott

Top Axure adaptive view layouts

Stuck on which Axure adaptive view layout is best?

Mark Greenwood

Responsive vs Adaptive website design: I've changed my mind

The entire web development industry is be-smitten Responsive design. And it is indeed a clever technology and with its place. But we are in a world where users and conversion come before technology, Adaptive design is your unlikely, un-cool answer. (Though soon enough you will think it is cool...)

Jeff Huang

Making a better responsive site

Responsive has become a must-do among the industry, companies love to see their site resized to fit on any device. But that doesn't always mean you've made a good mobile site.

Mark Greenwood

Does adaptive design work for mobiles and tablets?

Adaptive design is an elegant solution to the problem of delivering content to multiple devices, however is it really a perfect solution?

Wiliam Staff

A Quick Intro to Responsive Web Design

To put it simply a responsive design is one that scales down, reshuffling content, to fit perfectly in any browser window.

Wiliam Staff

Adapting Your Website for Mobile

It has been found only around 20% of corporate websites currently provide support for mobile devices on their websites.

Edwin Antonian

Respond to survive

Either build individual websites for each device or create one site that adapted to fit each device.

Edwin Antonian

Responsive layouts why we need to design this way

Responsive design uses fluid grids, fluid images/media & media queries to adjust the design to suit its parent media.

Wiliam Staff

Responsive Design

From mobile browsers to Netbooks and tablets, users are visiting your sites from an increasing array of devices and browsers. Increasingly web designers have to think beyond the limitations of the desktop and deliver sites that are able to adapt gracefully to whatever media is being used to view it.

Vince Scordino

Better Mobile Development

I’ve thought of some tips I like to stick by when building a mobile site, specifically adaptive

Martin Abrahams

Adaptive Design: the very impressive MVC Display Modes addition to MVC 4

When you have a complex, transactional website with lots of data, a custom approach to adaptive design may well be needed.

Vince Scordino

The Car Analogy

As developers, we’re often involved in client meetings and called upon to explain technical details in a fairly “layman’s term” way to help communicate the idea to the client.

Queron Jephcott

What does responsive web design mean?

Responsive web design is the buzz word at the moment, but what does it actually mean? How do you decide if a website is responsive? Before we answer these questions, we need to step back and define the word 'responsive'.

Queron Jephcott

Axure RP 7.0 is around the corner, but…

Axure RP 7.0 is in beta and will be released soon to replace 6.5. There's one new feature that's not great.

Wiliam Staff

MySpace at risk of a Kazaa like Plunge?

As with P2P file sharing giants Napster and Kazaa, MySpace is now under attack from Universal Music Group for breach of copyright laws. Universal claims that MySpace "encourages, facilitates and participates in the unauthorised reproduction, adaptation, distribution and public performance" of material it isn’t legally entitled to.

Matthew Bruce

Is your site ready for Mobilegeddon?

A little known tweak to the Google search algorithm is going to have some pretty big impacts on site rankings. From tomorrow, April 21 2015, any website that is not mobile-friendly will take a dive in search results. What does this really mean, and is your site as mobile-friendly as you think? More importantly - does Google think your site is ready??

Wiliam Staff

Why scrum works – Agile development?

Agile is one of a few approaches to application (and web) development. It works, though it can be a bit hard to get your head around if you’re not a developer.

Wiliam Staff

Impact of mobile technology on web development

With the untimely death of Steve Jobs, and the recent release of the latest version, the iphone is even more at the forefront of everyones mind. In the web development industry, the introduction of the iphone (and smartphone technology as a whole) created a new “industry within the industry”.

Matthew Bruce

Qantas Cash re-launches with major upgrade for 2016

Qantas Cash re-launched their Australian website overnight, with a new responsive design replacing the original 2013 adaptive site.

Martin Abrahams

Mobile device emulation with Firefox

Device emulation in Firefox isn't quite up there with IE and Chrome, though this agent switcher gets it right.

Jeff Huang


Do you have any article which you really want to keep it and print it out on paper, but the result of the printed page looks freakin crap which even not be readable?

Queron Jephcott

Emerging standards for mobile web UI

Iconography is always hit and miss.

Edwin Antonian

The influence of ‘Metro Style’ on modern day website design

The new ‘Metro Style’ has adopted principles from classic Swiss graphic design, with clear focus on the content of applications and additional impetus on typography.

Robert Beerworth

If you’re not buying clothes online, you soon will be. Oh, and liquor as well.

If the estimates are true, almost a third of high-value clothing will be sold online by 2016.

Wiliam Staff

Christmas Spike Traffic to Shopping Websites

A common consideration for Ecommerce businesses is how and when to target their Christmas customers. Seasonal traffic details outlined in recent Neilson data can help with the “when”.

Wiliam Staff

Real Estate Sites

In a recent article in the Australian Financial Review, the CEOs of two new on-line real-estate advertising websites described new approaches to offering real estate for sale on the Web, as they enter into competition with a swathe of existing on-line real estate portals.

Bess Batterham

10 Current Pivotal Web Design Trends

More simplicity, more cleanliness, and more focus on smaller screen size, to name just a few of the design trends of 2014 so far.

Vince Scordino

Using jQuery with CSS Media Queries

As the world goes mobile, as web developers, we have a number of approaches available to us in terms of device detection and whether we go server-side or client-side.

Wiliam Staff

Pinch, Zoom, Tap – AGH!

Why You Should Design With Touch in Mind

Robert Beerworth

No. I don't want your app. I want your (mobile) website.

Apps were great before we worked out this whole 'mobile web' thing. We're past working it out. And apps need to go.

Queron Jephcott

The world’s second most popular browser is coming to Android

Due to the development of Google’s Chrome OS, it was unsure if Chrome (the browser) would make it to the Android platform. However, for whatever reason, it has. And it’s fast!

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