Responsive website design cheat sheet part 2: What screen densities should I design for?

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In the previous article, I talked about designing for multiple device widths. Hardware manufacturers have thrown a curve ball into the works by making their screens too good. A new challenge which web designers have to face is designing for high resolution screens. This article discusses the new work required and a handy little chart to help you get started.

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Is Twitter Bootstrap right for me? [flowchart]

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We've discussed some good reasons to use Bootstrap and some important reasons why it should be approached with caution. Like any web tool these days, it's all about the scenario you're using it in and what works best for you. In this article we discuss the situations where Bootstrap isn't such a good idea and provide a snappy little flow-chart to help you make the decision.

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5 reasons NOT to use Twitter Bootstrap

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Twitter Bootstrap is all the rage in the development community right now, but let's stop for a moment and have a look at the ways in which Twitter Bootstrap can fail. Creativity, flexibility and best practices can all be compromised when building with Twitter Bootstrap. This can lead to maintenance issues, sites which look suspiciously similar to thousands of others, and worst of all, disgruntled designers.

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5 reasons to use Twitter Bootstrap

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Here are the top 5 reasons why using Twitter Bootstrap makes web app and website design such a breeze for all the code monkeys out there. It's a popular tool for rapid prototyping, perfect for projects with a tight design budget and deadline. If you haven't used a front-end framework before, Bootstrap may well be the best place to start.

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