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Website Retrofitting: Responsive Keyhole Surgery

In many cases fixed width websites, that are not optimised to work on smaller screen devices, can be responsively retrofitted. Meaning the same site design remains in tact while the layout is adapted to respond to different width devices. To create a responsive site, or mobile site, as they’re often semi-mistakenly called, a complete redesign… Read more

Managing client expectations for post-launch bugs

The last couple of weeks were intensely stressful and concluded with a client breakup. Both of us were delighted with the work, but the devil was in communication. One lesson we drew from the experience was to prepare the client for bugs, both visual and functional. For example, serving up a medium, instead of large,… Read more