Earlier this week, I wrote an article over on the FliteHaus blog comparing responsive, adaptive, and mobile optimized sites. In addition to defining what they are, I also gave examples of when to use each for your latest project.
Admittedly, the article was written for current and prospective clients, but I think the article offers some high-level insight into what each is and the situations for which each is designed. If you’re new to designing for the modern web, or just want to reaffirm your stance on each architecture, it’s a decent read.
As all things must come to end, so has 2012 come and gone. It’s been an amazing year, but I am looking forward to what 2013 has in store for me and my family.
These year-end review posts are a dime a dozen, so I won’t spend too much time on it. But I do want to be able to look back at the end of 2013 and reflect on where I started and how I fared on achieving the goals I set out to accomplish.
I’ve been a Vimeo user for several years, and a Vimeo Plus member for the last two. At FliteHaus, we have a Pro account as well to better serve our clients with video content online. The quick and simple reasons are this: great quality, broad device support, top-notch security, and video player customization.
Let’s explore these more in-depth, one by one.
With the release of Google’s browser, Chrome, for iOS yesterday, Google now claims that Chrome is the world’s #1 browser. To go along with this momentous occasion, Google released a “history of chrome” ad to celebrate.