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Articles by February, 2014

Responsive Design Frameworks: Just Because You Can, Should You?

by Administrator on Feb 20, 2014

Web Design


Responsive design is about building a website with a grid-based layout, images that resize and media queries, as described by Ethan Marcotte. After Marcotte defined the technique, responsive design frameworks began to emerge that incorporated these principles. Mostly based on CSS and JavaScript, many of these frameworks are open-source, free to download and quickly customizable. Continue reading →

by Administrator on Feb 20, 2014

Green Living


Asa Lantz never thought going green would involve so much red tape. The 48-year-old wanted to slash her utility bill and help the environment by putting solar panels on the roof of her one-story Van Nuys home. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power promised her system would be hooked up within three months after it was approved in September. Continue reading →

by Administrator on Feb 20, 2014



'Extreme Makeover' redid a home to make room for five orphans. Then they moved out and sued. Coming up: a courtroom drama? Continue reading →

Useful Learning Resources For Web Designers

by Administrator on Feb 20, 2014

Web Design


Fortunately, learning is not limited to only a small minority of people anymore; it is not even limited to visiting a school or a university. The Internet makes it possible for us to distribute knowledge at a small price, and is full of resources to expand everyone’s knowledge on an enormous variety of topics. Continue reading →