Grids have been used in print design for decades and they are definitely not going anywhere. Take a look at any magazine, book or poster and after little research you will find the patterns of the grid. The reason why print designers are using grid is quite simple. It helps them to create harmony and flow of the content.
Navigation is the most important part of the page. There is no doubt about it. Let’s create a cool and simple navigation you can use on your pages in the future. In this short tutorial we will also take a look at new display value flexbox. Flexbox is great tool to create responsive navigation, as you will see. At the bottom of the page is link to codepen so you can take a look at it in real life.
This can be very daunting for people starting out in web industry. You just decided to become web designer or developer and another question to consider is already here. Will you chose front-end or back-end? More about back-end will be in future article. Some of you may not even know these terms so let’s take a look at the first one.
Ux is a buzzword frequently used not only in web industry, but across others too. It seems kind of cool to be called UX specialist or to call yourself like that. In some situations, UX is on same place and has troubles as marketing. It has to prove its value before it is considered to be included.
In Guide to Responsive Web Design Pt.1 we talked about philosophy and principles of RWD and also inspect the case of responsive images. In part 2 I want to talk about layout and media queries. There will also be more of coding and real-life examples. So let’s continue.