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Old 01-17-2013, 01:51 AM   #1
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Default Responsive design

I have to admit to being really behind in web design trends, which is why I found this article interesting when I picked it up on Twitter.

Obviously I'd noticed how my iPad managed to get it right when I changed orientation, and that it did it quickly. But I hadn't thought it through.

The article is simplified because it's aimed at marketing types, but it brought the concept to my attention, for which I'm grateful.

Something new to research and play with.

   
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