Be nice. Or else.
UI/UX in Dallas, TX Joined over 4 years ago
It was my understanding that designing at 960px wide was all about Nathan Smith's https://960.gs/ so if you're going to be using a framework like Bootstrap, design for their breakpoints since that'll make development easier.
If not, I like to look at the analytics for screen resolution, set my canvas width to the most popular option, and then compose a new grid that looks good based on the content.
I prefer http://screensiz.es/ since it has a popularity column
Came here to suggest the same thing, except I use Stylebot
This is really cool, and I happed to be looking for a tool like this.
As someone who's fallen in love with using Local by Flywheel for my WordPress development, this is pretty compelling if I want one-click deployment. This is a separate service on top of purchasing a bulk plan, right?
These are awesome. I wish someone would make versions of these that work with CSS3 3D rotations for angled shots.
Sometimes, I try to limit myself to the 4096 possible 3-character hex codes in a design, but always end up breaking it to add some more vibrant hues.
Hey, this is something I'd be interested in taking over. Right around the same time you launched this, I started playing around with a Disqus Channel that filled the same need, but lost interest after your's launched.
I've looked into Telescope before, but never really dove in, but the Vulcan.js transition sounds like a good place to start!
Is it actually a portfolio if you kick me out to a different website to view the work?
Dropbox also has a good solution to this: http://www.nathang.co/2P2i1m423r2P
They expose the actions another way, (replacing the column headers with the secondary actions when a user selects a row), but also expose them in a right-click context menu for faster access.
Be nice. Or else.
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