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Andrew M Riley
Using Sass Breakpoints Effectively
There have been plenty of blog posts touting the reasons to use Sass as a CSS preprocessor, and if you've been doing responsive design for a while,...
Choosing Drupal as a Content Management Framework
Recently I had the opportunity to speak at ConvergeSE in Columbia, SC. I was pleasantly surprised by the number of attendees and the excitement at...
The Drupal 8 Mobile Initiative
Continuing our six-part Drupal 8 webinar series is Kendall Totten. In this presentation, Kendall walks through the priorities outlined by the D8...
Sass Breakpoint Mixin Meets IE8
If you're familiar with Sass, you're probably well aware of the Breakpoint mixin and it's awesomeness. It's a tool that makes using media queries...
Controlling Your Site Layout Using The Mobile-First Omega Theme
The Omega Drupal 7 Base Theme is a highly configurable HTML5/960 grid base theme that uses built-in media queries to make the site responsive. Each...
Tapping into the Drupal 7 Responsive AdaptiveTheme
The AdaptiveTheme for Drupal 7 is a great HTML5 base theme that makes it easy to build out a responsive website quickly. It comes with a plethora of...
Using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) as button backgrounds
Last night I was working on a project where the mockups called for some assymetrical button shapes that were all different sizes. Rather than...
More Mobile Menu Options
There are a lot of ways to handle navigation in general, because “best practices” for mobile are still being sorted out. There isn’t a one-size-fits-...
Responsive Design: Mobile Menu Options
At various Omega presentations I've given at Drupalcamps and in blog posts I've written , people have asked me about responsive menu options. Brad...