To be overwhelmingly frank, being a mobile-first denier makes you look out of touch, and even worse, ignorant. Be a professional, stay current, stay adaptive. As a result, youâ€™ll stay relevant, stay in the conversation, stay on par or ahead of your competitors, stay employed, and most imperatively of all, youâ€™ll stay connected to your usersâ€™ needs.â€œThe right questions to ask mobile-first deniersâ€ by Kevin Suttle
I do like to use hover states, but only on the experience layer, not for anything essential. I appreciate that for Foundation 5, Zurb removed the custom form elements for
select and checkbox and radio
inputs.1 I made the mistake of using those once and the experience on mobile was terrible. Never again.
Curious, though, that they have their top bar hoverable by default, given their whole â€œmobile firstâ€ approach. Noticeably, Twitter Bootstrap does not use hover for its top bar. return to article