You know, we use ad-blockers as well.
We gotta keep those servers running though. Did you know that we publish
useful books and run
friendly conferences — crafted for pros like yourself?
E.g. our upcoming SmashingConf New York, dedicated to smart front-end
techniques and design patterns.
Matt is a designer, tea lover and zombie hunter, though not always in that order. During the day he is Production Director at Cyber-Duck, a full service digital agency based in sleepy Elstree in Hertfordshire UK, home of James Bond, Indiana Jones, Luke Skywalker and perhaps most famously Peggy Mitchell.
At Cyber-Duck, Matt oversees all design work from the early research and planning stages, to sketching and designing interfaces, right through to helping deliver HTML/CSS code.
This is the story of what we learned during a redesign for our most demanding client — ourselves! In this article, I will explain, from our own experience of refreshing our agency website, why we abandoned a separate mobile website and will review our process of creating a new responsive design.
At Cyber-Duck, we have been designing both responsive websites and adaptive mobile websites for several years now. Both options, of course, have their pros and cons.