Monthly Archives: March 2012

iPad Retina Display and Web Design

The new iPad (iPad 3) added a very much anticipated retina display that doubles the resolution.  So rather than the usual 1024 x 768 resolution we’ve been used to for the last couple years, the iPad 3 is rocking a 2048 x 1536 resolution.  The new retina display is supposed to make our digital word a more beautiful place.  But as far as the web is concerned, it actually does the opposite.  The is because the iPad 3 is pixel … Continue reading

Adobe Shadow: Great for Mobile Web Designers

I just posted a video about how to get started with Adobe Shadow.  It’s a killer tool for testing websites on mobile devices.  Not only can you synchronize your page navigation with your desktop, but you can also inspect the DOM and see how your CSS is rendering on the device.  Adobe Shadow is a browser plugin for Google Chrome.  The installation process can be found in the video and on the Adobe Labs website. One thing to note: I’m … Continue reading