Kano Computing, a startup that plays in the learn to code space by adding a step-by-step hand-holding layer atop the Raspberry Pi single-board microcomputer to make hacking around with code and learning
Whether you're a marketer or just someone who's attached to their phone, you've probably noticed that there's been a significant increase in mobile device users everywhere. In fact, by 2018 it's expected
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Although responsive web design has only been around for a few years, it's grown up a lot since first we started talking about fluid grids and media queries. Now, we look to responsive design with the of
Webflow is a fascinating tool for would-be web/mobile designer/developers. It lets you create beautiful, responsively designed websites in a simple user interface, then it exports production-ready CSS
Igor Faletski is CEO of Mobify. Until recently, almost everyone who accessed the web used the same device: a desktop computer. In 2006, just two screen sizes accounted for 77% of all web usage. If designers
Inventure-backed Froont has launched in public beta today with a web-based tool that aims to make it easy for designers to create, prototype and share responsive website designs, without the need to code.
Gabe Sumner works as a product manager for Sitefinity CMS by Telerik, a maker of products used in the web development industry. Mobile devices are already outselling desktop computers, and we’re seeing
Learn how and when(always) you should use responsive design and the new UX methodologies we need to adopt in order to create responsive products. LIOR YAIR | Co CEO @ Netcraft Manages all Research, User
The Past, Present and Future of Responsive Web Design The humble beginnings of the Mobile. The Birth - It all started with WAP and frustrated developers providing WML powered sites to even more frustrated
Responsive and Device-Agnostic Design Peter Sena II, Digital Surgeons The world has gone mobile. But has your web experience? We’ve all been there pinching, zooming, scrolling and squinting - never knowing
Webflow, a Y Combinator-backed startup offering creative professionals an easier, more visual way to design and host responsive websites, is launching out of its closed beta, with already some 10,000 signed
As the iPhone, Android phones, and iPad became bestselling consumer gadgets, businesses realized their Web presence needed to translate to those smaller screens. Otherwise, their websites would bear tell-tale
Industry analyst Kerry Bodine explains why we should care about responsive web design (think 22 million digital signs by 2015 and 171 million wearables by 2016). Mike Norman of digital agency Genuine explains
What good is a website if your visitors can’t find it or can’t read it? Recent studies show that nearly 1.5 billion people access websites on their mobile devices. Don’t miss out on all those potential
This story originally appeared on KISSmetrics Mobile email use is increasing, with about 50% of email being opened on a mobile device. The majority of mobile email opens are on iPhone, with Android and