Developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thorton, Bootstrap was originally named Twitter Blueprint. Bootstrap was developed to clean up inconsistencies and encourage conformity across internal tools used for interface development.
“A super small group of developers and I got together to design and build a new internal tool and saw an opportunity to do something more. Through that process, we saw ourselves build something much more substantial than another internal tool. Months later, we ended up with an early version of Bootstrap as a way to document and share common design patterns and assets within the company.” said Twitter devloper Mark Otto.
Built on Bootstrap, this blog, is designed to have a clean crisp look. Offering articles in areas such as lifestyle and expert dating advice, this UK site was built to bring individuals together. http://www.findhappy.com supports a responsive web design due to Bootstrap 2.0, which created the ability for web pages to adjust dynamically, taking into account the device the site is being view on.Share