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World wide wrist

After all the hubbub with WWDC over the past couple of days, Ethan Marcotte is excited about the news that the Apple Watch will be able to view web content.

He writes:

If I had to guess, I’d imagine some sort of “reader mode” is coming to the Watch: in other words, when you open a link on your Watch, this minified version of WebKit wouldn’t act like a full browser. Instead of rendering all your scripts, styles, and …

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Between the Lines

Media queries are great for changing values in sudden snaps at different screen sizes. But, combining the power of calc() and viewport units like vw and vh , we can get an awful lot of fluidity across our layouts. For this we’ll use a technique called linear interpolation.

Linear interpolation is a formula used to find a value between two points on a line. In our case those two points are CSS values, like font-sizes, margins or widths

Between the Lines is a post from CSS-Tricks

Do responsive sites have to be so tall on mobile?

Kevin Vigneault:

I don’t believe that the overall page length itself is inherently problematic. I have noticed though that in many responsive designs, purposeful groupings of content are easy to spot on larger screens, but get muddled when things start to stack on mobile screens.

This is probably mostly a problem on “content” sites in which you smash things down into the ol’ tube of content. I don’t mind the tube, but I think Kevin is doing some smart …

Do responsive sites have to be so tall on mobile? is a post from CSS-Tricks