The lack of design responsive to reading on a mobile device shows just how slow the Web changes — and how frustrating reading news on the modern Web can be.
No Response: When Will News Sites Catch Up To The Rest Of The Web?
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December 26, 2013

Via Pando Daily:

In 2010, Ethan Marcotte published “Responsive Web Design” on A List Apart, an influential Web-and design-focused blog. The article outlined many of the principles that define the modern Web, which needs to support everything from smartphones and tablets to desktop computers and video game consoles. The hope was that every website would be able to fit every display without error.

Three years later, the responsive Web design movement continues to grow. Many websites adapt to fit the screens on which they appear, and many sidestep the limitations of the shitty Web browsers through which they ar...

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