Responsive Web Design (RWD) has been the order of the day for me recently. You might well be reading this via my website, and if you've been here before you'll likely remark that the styling has changed; it now boasts a fully responsive, fantastically sexy new design.
Much of my work for clients of late has been related to building websites which are mobile responsive, as should be the case with all websites in my opinion. Repeatedly building this functionality into various websites has enlightened me to some of the patterns in RWD; my plans are to write a series of articles to share some of what I've gleaned with you lucky people.
I'm aiming to cover the majority of the subject I've experienced. From simple things such as the widths you should use in media queries for different devices; through more complex programatical issues relating to image replacements and page speed optimisations.
Over time, as I add new pieces on the subject, I will make addendums to this article to link through to these new ones; this will essentially become an index on the subject of responsive web design.
For now though, I'm afraid you'll have to go back and consume some old content whilst waiting patiently for me to add more.