Every web designer and developer working on his own as a freelancer or in a small company where he talk with clients knows this situation. For ones who are just starting off, it might be very hard to get used to. Especially for the first time.
Responsivity is the way web is going by for some time right now. Not only that this will not become weaker, it will get much stronger as RWD mature instead. I guess that most of web designers and developers who are in it for little bit longer already have needed skills but there are still people without any rock solid knowledge when it comes to responsive web design. So this little guide or course will give them all they need to handle any obstacle in developing fully responsive pages and sites.
Don’t know how about you, but I think all the technologies what HTML offers us such a possibilities when it comes to enhancing the accessibility of our pages. It’s almost like dream came true. Users don’t have to type everything if they want to add new content from the browser to their apps. Now, this content is add automatically by apps itself. How? Thanks to Microformats. Let’s take a quick look at them.
Color is another fundamental block of design and you will encounter it everyday in your job. So, let’s talk about all the nuances color includes and the way it affects how it form our experiences of the world around us.
No matter how skilled as a designer or developer you are, having some workflow in your work process can make every project much easier to manage and also to finish. It also much easier to organize and orient in the code.
In first part of this course on typography, we’ve talked about history, difference between typeface and font and styles of typefaces. Today, I want to continue with mood, weight, style and anatomy of typefaces. If you missed first part, here is a link. Now let’s continue.