Since 2012, no screen size has held more than 20% of the market. During the 2013 holiday season, more than 25% of e-commerce purchases came from mobile devices. In 2014, overall web traffic for mobile devices is set to eclipse their desktop brethren for the first time.
Responsive design is no longer just a perk of a good website, it's a critical requirement! It can also be a pain in the neck unless we design effectively for it. Whether you're new to RWD or have earned a few battle scars, you're sure to learn something as we go over tips, tricks and best practices to help you navigate this young and rapidly-changing thing we all have to do now.
Martin Parets has been a card-carrying Internet fanboy since he initiated his first download off of a BBS in the mid 90s. Still capable of remembering the URL from his Geocities site (/Rainforest/Canopy/9907 if you must know), he's been making things on the web professionally for the last decade through his small design shop, Army of Bees. Though his skillset resembles that of a jack of all trades, he is particularly passionate about front-end development and making complex web applications dead simple to use. When he's managed to pull himself away from the siren-like call of his computers' internal fan, Martin enjoys traveling, playing disc golf, and listening to Norwegian black metal.