Fred Rodolfo

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Responsive Web Design is Solid Gold

A few years ago I wrote an article entitled CSS Media Query for Mobile is Fool’s Gold. It garnered a lot of attention at the time, and I still see …

8 Best Free Tools for Internet Security

If you're one of those Internet users helping to make "password" the most popular online password for the umpteenth year in a row, you desperately …

Data is Fun for Nerds: Introducing Design Quips

Designers often use intuition to create. There's nothing wrong with that, or our user-centered process that finds inspiration in the problems for …

On Mobile, Data URIs are 6x Slower than Source Linking (New Research)

This article provides a general introduction to the subject, however, updated results have been released.<p>As a web developer, you're likely well aware …

Why mobile web apps are slow

I’ve had an unusual number of interesting conversations spin out of my previous article documenting that mobile web apps are slow. This has sparked …

Hide/Show Passwords: The Missing Plugin

It’s easy to take the “masking” of passwords (replacing characters with ••••) for granted. As Luke Wroblewski documented last November, this practice …

Behavioral Breakpoints: Beyond Media Queries

Recently, Cloud Four dev Matt Gifford built a slick, responsive off-canvas navigation enhancement for a project (we’ll be releasing the core code …

Barley Aims To Be The Absolute Simplest Way To Create And Edit Websites

Sometimes the simplest product demos can be effective.<p>Take a new web editor called Barley. To show off the product, co-founder Colin Devroe opened me a regular old web page, then changed the wording of the page with just a few keystrokes. A small editing menu opened as he typed, but didn’t have to …

UXIM: The Immobile Web

In his presentation at UX Immersion in Seattle WA Jason Grigsby walked through the latest information about the Web on TV sets and the implications …

It's not a web app. It's an app you install from the web.

By Adam Grossman on .<p>We received an email…<p><i>“I heard about Forecast, but I couldn’t find it in the App Store. How do I get it?”</i><p>“You don’t get it from …

Responsive Design for Apps — Part 1

A few months ago I was tasked with finding a good solution for a client who wanted to move to responsive design, but had a web app that they needed …

Responsive Design for Apps — Part 2

Recently, I was tasked with helping a client determine if they could convert both their site and web apps to responsive design. In my Part 1 of this …