The pro's guide to responsive web design

Responsive web design sounds incredibly simple. Opt for flexible grids for the layout, use flexible media (images, video, iframes), and apply media queries to update these measurements to best arrange content on any viewport. In practice we've learnt it is not really that easy. Tiny issues that crop up during every project keep us scratching our heads, and occasionally even carving fingernail trenches on our desks.

Since I began curating the Responsive Design Weekly newsletter I've been fortunate enough to speak with many members of the web community and hear their experiences. I wanted to find out exactly what the community really wanted to learn, so I circulated a survey to readers. Here are the top results:

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Justin Avery is a web developer who spends lots of time writing and podcasting RWD for Responsive and Responsive Design podcasts.