Grids are really old. From the roman camp layout to todays drupal.org layout. After the industrial revolution grids married into modern typography and design and today the we use grids when building web sites.
Responsive design is a catch phrase that you run into everywhere all the time. It's popularity is not entirely without good reason, because responsive design can indeed be a good way of presenting and adapting content from a single source for different platforms (computer, smart phone, tablet).
In this session we'll take a quick look at grids, responsive design and specifically the Less Framework 4.0: how it applies grids to the design. Then we'll try to make up our minds to whether we like this concept or if we'll keep looking for the holy grail...
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