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Building Web Layouts For Dual-Screen And Foldable Deviceshttps://www.smashingmagazine.com/2022/03/building-web-layouts-dual-screen-foldable-devices/
Stephanie Stimac: “Dual-screen devices have been on the market for nearly three years. In that time new web platform technologies have been built with developer feedback to enable layout on the web that adapts to these devices. These web platform capabilities integrate with existing concepts, such as the viewport and media queries, so that developers and designers can spend more time ideating about how to leverage two displays to create enhanced experiences rather than learning a new set of code to build them.”
A wonderful piece by Trent Walton about why we should build websites that are built to face the reality of the Web's inherent variability.
Get the Balance Right: Responsive Display Text, by @clagnut ◆ 24 wayshttps://24ways.org/2016/responsive-display-text/
Richard Rutter (Clearleft) shows how to use
vmin and a hybrid method of sizing text using CSS
calc() to achieve balanced font-sizes for different viewports.
Just turned 6: Responsive Web Design, by @beephttp://alistapart.com/article/responsive-web-design
“Now more than ever, we’re designing work meant to be viewed along a gradient of different experiences. Responsive web design offers us a way forward, finally allowing us to “design for the ebb and flow of things.”