24 thoughts on “Building responsive layouts – Designing in the Browser”

  1. cool, i was just using these features today for a handheld tablet computer app. It had to scale, not be responsive. Chrome is amazing. I use bootstrap :lol:. No time to mess with design stuff. ๐Ÿ˜†

  2. Damn, time files,. I remember designing with TABLES in the late 90s. Could you imagine today creating a complex layout with td,tr, etc??? I am going to book mark this vid for the future. I do so much dev and should concentrate more on design. I definitely learned something from this, I can use this grid instead of tables for data!.

  3. ~13:08 for replacing name template areas with symbols there's also the ascii box drawing, and unicode block elements and other characters. โ•”โ•โ•โ•—โ•šโ•โ•โ•.
    Though always remember to at least make a comment that shows the relation from a regularly named area to the convenience symbol or you, or others, will regret it.
    โ”Œโ”€โ”ฌโ” โ•”โ•โ•ฆโ•— โ•“โ”€โ•ฅโ•– โ•’โ•โ•คโ••

    โ”‚ โ”‚โ”‚ โ•‘ โ•‘โ•‘ โ•‘ โ•‘โ•‘ โ”‚ โ”‚โ”‚

    โ”œโ”€โ”ผโ”ค โ• โ•โ•ฌโ•ฃ โ•Ÿโ”€โ•ซโ•ข โ•žโ•โ•ชโ•ก

    โ””โ”€โ”ดโ”˜ โ•šโ•โ•ฉโ• โ•™โ”€โ•จโ•œ โ•˜โ•โ•งโ•›
    One case for this is too help remind designers the grid is based on the gridline cartesian positions not the inner contents order position

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