A Website That Fits Its Context

I recently wrote an article for Five Q titled, “A Website That Fits Its Context: Understanding Responsive Design.” It may not be the most timely post in the world, as the theory of Responsive design has been around for a couple years now, but it IS timely in that we need to be designing more and more for multiple contexts. Anyway, enough about the post. Here is the link to the article. Hope you enjoy. http://www.fiveq.com/blog/design/website-fits-its-context-responsive-design/


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