We love Responsive Web Design, and we love Drupal. But do they love each other? After working on a number of RWD and Drupal projects this year, I’m happy to report that they get along just fine. Though “Love” might be stretching it a bit.
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About a month ago I was working on a responsive site, and trying to do it right. So instead of setting break points to match device dimensions (for phone, tablet, and desktop) I would set break points when my content and design needed them. Taking this kind of control over your responsive design means two things:
It’s time for a spring cleaning and refresh over here. It’s been about a year since I launched this site, and even tho I’m still pretty happy with it overall I think it’s time for a change. It started as just a one-pager that I used to introduce and then demonstrate my Survival Kit project. And then I added a podcast. And then I added a blog, but nobody saw that because I did more blog posts on other sites. And all the while I was adding to the design. A little bit here, a little bit there.