Sometimes the best solution is actually the easiest one – and to be honest, sometimes WordPress can appear to be a much larger and more complex solution than is absolutely necessary for some client work and projects.
I know for myself that I do not have to “WordPress-All-The-Things” in every project that I have to do – sometimes I just need to rapidly prototype some idea out and maybe much later come back to WordPress as the solution.
Whatever I can do to speed up the process I’m game for!
That’s why I’m really digging FITGRD which doesn’t try to “do” what other frameworks try to do. In fact, they come out and say it:
.Fitgrd is not a framework. It’s a solid foundation to build up your own responsive website. It is designed for rapid prototyping, but also runs well in production environments.
This grid system is perfect for advanced web designers who don’t want to have their pages look like “bootstrapped“. Everything but the grid is up to you and gives you the ability to save a lot of dispensable code.
It’s open source and completely free to use via an MIT license structure. Get it now and try it out!
I used it to test out a smaller project this past weekend and it was slick!