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Responsive design: Mobile first? or Content first?

By Ruben Janssen 

Introduction

Everyone with interest in multi platfom web-development

Ruben Janssen  — Graduated CMD at HAN university Arnhem, Front-end Developer. @kwartoverbier, Apple, Dancing, Canon, Photographer, Gadget G33k ...

Added by Ruben Janssen : “Performance RWD. Stop blocking with css/js partially?

1 How we make RWD sites load fast as heck

Posted by Scott on 07/30/2014 There has been a lot of discussion about optimizing responsive layouts for performance lately, and I think that's great. Speed broadens access and makes users happy, much like responsive design. In the past year I've spent a lot of time researching page loading performance, both for our ongoing client work here at FG and for

Added by Ruben Janssen : “The myth "RWD is bad for performance" can be good for performance.

2 "RWD is bad for performance" is good for performance - TimKadlec.com

Myths are powerful things. They certainly have the ability to destroy-we've seen that many times. But put the right spin on a myth and you can use it to build up; to create something new and better. Responsive design just can't seem to shake the rumor that it's bad for performance. It's very frequently spouted as a downside of the

3 The Responsive Hover Paradigm

CSS transitions and animations provide web designers with a whole slew of tools to spruce up our designs. Move over ActionScript tweens! The techniques we can now implement with CSS are reminiscent of Flash-based adventures from the pages of web history. Pairing CSS enhancements with our :hover pseudo-class allows us to add interesting events to our websites. We have a

4 Conditional Loading for Responsive Designs

On the eighteenth day of last year's 24 ways, wrote a great article called Speed Up Your Site with Delayed Content . He outlined a technique for loading some content - like profile avatars - after the initial page load. This gives you a nice performance boost.

5 Creating a Mobile-First Responsive Web Design

IntroductionWe're going to walk through how to create an adaptive web experience that's designed mobile-first. This article and demo will go over the following: There is even more up to date responsive guidance on our new Web Fundamentals site. Why we need to create mobile-first, responsive, adaptive experiences How to structure HTML for an adaptive site in order to optimize

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