Re: [WSG] media queries: device-width vs max/min width

2011-09-25 Thread Joseph Taylor
Tee, I agree with your thinking regarding a desktop user getting the 320px wide layout. It can seem silly. At the same time, responsive design isn't supposed to be something visible but something invisible. I doubt desktop users are ever resizing their browser windows and gasping in

Re: [WSG] media queries: device-width vs max/min width

2011-09-25 Thread Steven Wu
Did you know that only 50% of users actually have their browser windows at full maximum width. The other 50% don't actually have it at full width. So the idea of having max/min allows us developers to create custom widths with different window sizes even if someone like myself who is on a 1440 x

Re: [WSG] media queries: device-width vs max/min width

2011-09-25 Thread David Laakso
On 9/25/11 5:38 PM, tee wrote: I would love to hear what other think about the approach for device-width vs max/min width. tee The approach to responsive web design is not particularly difficult. Your castle in the air needs a simple and solid foundation. That's the key. The one-size