Raw and Responsive: Design Resources that will make your websites shine

Peter North
Lead Design Writer at SitePoint

If you’re tired of maintaining separate mobile sites for your web projects, we know exactly how you feel. We’ve assembled a stellar selection of responsive design tools to help you simplify and streamline your designs for mobile devices. And if you need some help with your imagery as well, we have some techniques to make your pictures sharp, clear, and compelling. Enjoy.

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