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Responsive Mobile Design: Designing for Every Device by Phil Dutson

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Chapter 9. Responsive Images

Designs will always be epic, iconic, and awe-inspiring. However, when thinking about the medium that users will be viewing your design on, it may be best to save some of that awe into the details and content delivery speed.

Using images that work on a variety of devices can be a handful; luckily, you can now start using some techniques and solutions to take your design into the future.

Images Should Be Responsive

It used to be that the most difficult part of exporting an image was deciding if it worked better as a jpg or a gif file. Those were simple days when it usually came down to amount of colors used and if transparency was important to me.

Then came png files, the solution that would give the grandeur and scope ...

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