A LinkedIn discussion thread entitled "Will 2012 see the beginning of the end for traditional publishing?" sparked a lively debate about the future of print. Here's a summary of seven months and over 400 comments with key themes and arguments highlighted.
The concept of responsive design has been around for a number of years. First coined by Ethan Marcotte in a 2010 A List Apart article, the concept focuses on the idea of using CSS3 techniques along with flexible grid based layouts to design web pages that can scale and adapt fluidly from a full desktop format down to a small screen mobile format. For many, the biggest benefit involves leveraging a single codebase and set of templates in order to adapt the end user experience instead of having to maintain multiple sets of code in order to support multiple device layouts.
Ten is a good number when it comes to making lists. Much like Goldilocks’s porridge choice – it’s not too big and not too small – it’s just right. On the topic of making mistakes in media – specifically digital magazines – the list surely could go on and on.
Good content trumps W3C best practices when it comes to SEO according to Matt Cutts from Google.