Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Responsive Unknown: Introduction

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There are quite a few areas in a RWD project that allow for time saving methods. While some components, like how to create media queries, how to handle media and where to define breakpoints have been heavily discussed there are other areas, like how we do wireframes, concepts and style guides in an efficient manner that have room for exploration.

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Breaking Design Principles on Purpose

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Rules. They keep our designs clean, consistent, aligned, and focused. The core principles upon which good design is built are absolutely essential to the education of any designer.

The great thing about design rules though is that they can and should be broken, granted that you know what you’re doing. Read on to see some examples of effectively breaking design principles in order to improve a project.

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