Ben Gremillion

Ben Gremillion started playing with pixels in the mid-1980s and building websites circa 1997. When not hiking or stargazing, he crafts HTML and CSS, spends a lot of time debugging PHP and MySQL, ponders the details of user experience, and injects bits of personality into staid websites. He blogs about his lessons learned in web design at benthinkin.net.

Adapting Grids to a Fluid Medium

The trouble with the word “grid” begins and ends with edges. A page in a book, a broadsheet newspaper or the back of a napkin — regardless of format, print design can count on two known values: Width and height. But …Continue reading

A Look at Responsive CSS Frameworks

CSS frameworks have gone responsive, squeezing content into a spectrum of desktop and mobile browsers with varying degrees of success. While any CSS solution for layout is preferable to nested tables, no single solution fits every website. But that hasn’t stopped …Continue reading