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What do you think would be the most effective way to design responsive web pages / apps? (Feel free to invent some alternatives to CSS, HTML, Adobe XD / Sketch, etc.)

I’ll develop an open-source app inspired by your answer. Thanks!


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Nothing beats designing in the browser given it's the actual environment it will eventually live in.  If a designer isn't comfortable coding then they should pair with a developer to create the design.

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43 minutes ago, Charles Ferguson said:

Hi, guys! I am done redesigning my website - http://under-the-open-sky.com. I tried to do it according to the rules you stated above. I sincerely need your opinion, though so feel free to check it out! :)

I quite like it, the biggest criticism I have is Josefin_sanslight for the main paragraph text and the Josefin_sanregular for the link and highlighted text, maybe it is just me but I am getting a comic sans vibe and that can't be good.

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@Charles Ferguson

Much of the advice you were given here: http://www.graphicdesignforums.co.uk/threads/need-advice.25462/   still applies.

I agree the site looks OK but the content is very misleading. Nothing wrong with an affiliate site but don't try to pretend it's a review site.

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