Reports of the death of liquid layouts have been greatly exaggerated.
Search results for “liquid”
Good design doesn’t draw attention to itself. Really good design is invisible.
I’d like to just clear up a few small points just in case there is some misunderstanding.
It looks like a well-worn chestnut is being resurrected in web design circles (if I may horribly mangle my metaphors).
Say it with me.
Andy Clarke has resurrected the always topical issue of fixed width vs. liquid layouts. This is something that also arose on the Brighton New Media mailing list last week.
Help yourself to a rich serving of web dev resources.
In which I permit myself a moment to gloat about liquid layouts.
Oozing liquid goodness.
Pete has made some nifty little additions to his site. He’s added some toggle-able layers for his music and his photos (the Listening and Flickr links, respectively). They’re kind of like Dunstan’s panorama information panel. Very nice.
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Liquid layouts… no, wait, come back!
On the off-chance that you’ve spent the last few days living under a rock, let me be the first to tell you that A List Apart has been redesigned.
Quote of the day comes from Nick Finck:
Isn’t it high time we started using CSS to its fullest?
My favourite to-do list app gets an update.
An awards ceremony that means a damn.
Technorati redesigns in a rigid kind of way.
Jessica’s site has undergone a transformation.
The countdown begins. I’ve finished writing my book. It’s being hammered into shape at the print foundries as we speak. It should hit the shelves by the middle of September.
Design iterations over eight years.
London yesterday, London tomorrow… I’ve turned into a commuter.
Suddenly everybody is spring cleaning their websites.
How a badly implemented feature made me scared to search.
Liquid vs. fixed has been omitted. We regret the error.
Voices that natter.
Liveblogging Ethan’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
A whirlwind weekend of geeky goodness in Brighton.
Not everything is black and white.
Call yourself a web designer?
Responding to responsiveness, as prompted by MacUser UK magazine.
All of this has happened before. All of this will happen again.
Behind the scenes of the latest Clearleft site.
Liveblogging a talk by Gavin Bell at XTech 2008 in Dublin.
Clarifying the problem space of responsive web design.
Let’s get together and feel alright.