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Linear Responsive Design

Linear Responsive Design

Ross Beyeler

As responsive design and mobile-first design become more widely practiced, we begin to see different methods and techniques being introduced. The linear approach or the long one-page site has been increasingly popular. The elevator pitch for one-page sites is that it’s clean, simple, and mobile-responsive. The one-page design approach not only creates a story-driven website but also forces us to really think about the website in terms of content first. But are there downfalls? Are responsive websites too long? Will readers get bored or be better engaged? This article will talk about the major advantages to the linear responsive design...

Bulletproof Your Designs with the Golden Ratio

Bulletproof Your Designs with the Golden Ratio

Ross Beyeler

One of the first things graphic design students learn are grids. What is a grid system? It’s a series of horizontal and vertical lines that divides the canvas into areas for ordering graphical elements such as text and images. Think about it as the foundation of a house, it holds all the different pieces together but are unseen. Where do grids come from? We’re not going to go through a history lesson but we are going to talk a little math. Grids are made from rational and irrational ratios. The irrational ratio for creating cohesive web designs that we are...