During the re-design process of DesignWoop I wanted to make it a fully responsive design (meaning it will re-size depending on the browser dimensions and orientation). I wanted to ensure the site was legible on mobiles and tablets such as the iPhone and iPad, however testing the responsive design as I was coding it was a bit of a problem. During the development process I came across a few very handy responsive design tools to help me test the sites responsiveness on different screen sizes. These responsive web design tools below allow you to test and improve your sites responsive design on various devices, screen sizes and orientations, test your site out and book these testing tools!Read More
Having a responsive portfolio design means visitors to your website will be able to view your portfolio better on mobile devices and tablets, depending on what device or screen size your visitor is using to view your portfolio, the responsive design will adapt and change providing a better experience to the user. Take a look at this collection of responsive WordPress portfolio themes I have collected, these WordPress themes are great for displaying your work for people on normal web browsers and mobile devices alike.Read More
Blogfolio WordPress themes are a great tool to showcase your writing and your work together making them perfect theme for creative freelancers such as artists, photographers and graphic designers. Each Blogfolio WordPress theme allows you to display your featured work or blog posts in various different formats using stylish sliders and various post formats, some of themes are also responsive WordPress themes which means they will also display your work and blog posts neatly of an iPhone or iPad!Read More
In the past few years the rise of mobile devices such as iPads, iPhones and other smart phones was extremely huge and that was the reason why responsive web design started to play more and more important role in the design industry. But what is the responsive design you will ask.
The idea of responsive web design, started by Ethan Marcotte, is that our websites should respond to the device that our page is shown on by adapting their layout and design to fit any device resolution. In his book “Responsive Web Design” he outlines the three parts to a responsive website: a fluid grid, fluid images and media queries.
In this post I would like to share 15 useful responsive design tutorials to help you get started with responsive designing including fluid grids, fluid images and media queries.Read More
In today’s post I am showcasing 20 WordPress themes that are perfectly suited to design studios, creative agencies and freelancers. These premium WordPress themes are perfect for showcasing your work and providing in depth information on your projects, the WordPress themes all feature pixel perfect designs to compliment your studio and work, some featured examples are also responsive WordPress themes.Read More
For the past year I have been busy bookmarking, collecting and posting some of the best premium WordPress themes that I have come across each month. In this post I have put together a collection of the best WordPress themes of 2011, this collection is intended to grow each day as I find more themes or as more themes are submitted.Read More
Your WordPress theme should use responsive design so visitors to your site that may have different browser and media sizes, such as iPads, iPhones and tablets can view your site correctly, without missing content and having to zoom in. Having a responsive design allows your website content to be displayed correctly to all users by using fluid grids, images and queries to adjust the design to accommodate screens of different sizes.
In this collection I have taken 25 of the latest and best WordPress themes that feature responsive design, open the sites up and re-size your browser window and see what happens!Read More