Tags: resolution

JoshEmerson.co.uk · Blog · Using Fonts for Resolution Independent Assets

Josh gives a blow-by-blow account of he created a custom icon font for an upcoming redesign of the Clearleft website: completely scalable and resolution-independent.

I truly believe it won’t be all that long until bitmap image formats will be the exception rather than the rule on the web.

The ‘trouble’ with Android | Stephanie Rieger

Stephanie focuses on Android but this is a cautionary tale about trying to impose control over what you’re sending to the multitude of mobile devices out there.

Designing to fixed screen sizes is in fact never a good idea…there is just too much variation, even amongst ‘popular’ devices.

Responsive Design Testing

Another browser-based tool for viewing the same site at different sizes, but this one displays them all the same time, side by side.

ProtoFluid. Rapid Prototyping of Adaptive CSS and Responsive Design.

Another browser-based tool for testing your responsive designs at different screen sizes.

responsivepx - find that tricky breakpoint

Remy created this tool for resizing a viewport to figure out where to put the breakpoints in your media queries.

Screenfly by QuirkTools — Test Your Website at Different Screen Resolutions

A handy little service for viewing sites at different dimensions. Just be aware that it doesn’t actually emulate different devices.

Monkey Bites

A brilliant list of New Year's Resolutions for Coders.

Resolution vs. browser size vs. fixed or adaptive width | 456 Berea Street

Roger hits the nail on the head: "fixed widths are used for the wrong reason - designer vanity. Come on, you’re designing for the Web, which means it’s your job to let things be flexible when you can."

Screen Resolution and Page Layout (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox)

The devil can cite scripture for his own purpose... and now I can cite Nielsen: "...use a liquid layout that stretches well for any resolution, from 800x600 to 1280x1024."

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 29 - Napoleon Dynamite, production

This is for real. The text of a bill being proposed in Idaho to commend Napoleon Dynamite "for showcasing the positive aspects of Idaho's youth, rural culture, education system, athletics, economic prosperity and diversity."