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.
With gaining recognition and reputation you will have the opportunity to speak at some Conferences you will attend. If this is fearful idea for you, calm down. Public speaking about what you do and other important stuff related to your industry is great way to contribute. It sounds hard to many beginning web designer and developers, so let’s split the whole process into more manageable parts.
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.