Webdev and UX links

Fluidity
“HTML is almost 100% responsive out of the box. These 247 bytes of css fix the ‘almost’ part.”
http://fluidity.sexy/

12 Little-Known CSS Facts
“…even if you’ve been writing CSS for many years, you probably still come across new things — properties you’ve never used, values you’ve never considered, or specification details you never knew about…”
http://www.sitepoint.com/12-little-known-css-facts/

Jordan Moore on Mobile-First Type & Layout
“…UX designer Jordan Moore showed us ways to improve mobile-first design by loading type faster and improving small-screen design patterns…”
http://typecast.com/blog/jordan-moore-on-mobile-first-type-layout

The Scroll Up Bar
“A design pattern that is currently growing more popular is the fixed position bar at the top of the page…”
http://usabilitypost.com/2014/05/24/the-scroll-up-bar/

Improving the hamburger button
“There is probably no other UI element on the web that has witnessed such an intense and successful career as our well beloved friend: the hamburger button…”
http://azumbrunnen.me/blog/improving-the-hamburger-button/

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