The biggest mistakes for new (or inexperienced) developers, like me, is to jump straight into coding a website.
There are so many bootstrap tools (or so caller boilerplates) out there for you to start, without falling into the pitfalls of bad (really bad) designs. I'm speaking from my personal experience, with Lunchsparks.
Along the way of "designing" and coding, both at the same time, I poorly designed the elements in the website, from layouts (grids, containers, tables) to buttons (color, states).
These are two tools that I came across recently, which I think its awesome! These tools encapsulated the almost (if not all) the elements for designing a great (responsive) website.
|Bootstrap, from Twitter|
By Paul Irish. A very cool Googler that I follow on social networks and blogs.
Here are some other tools that I came across, prior to the above tools.
Shall blog more about my experience with adapting to these tools next time, after I port and adapt my project to these tools!