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I was attending a Startup Marketing Seminar yesterday and the speaker reminded the audience of a very important fact: Google, as of April 21, 2015, is now putting your website LOWER
in their search results if it is not Mobile Friendly (also called RWD Responsive Web Design). But what does that boil down to in the real world for non-web-designers? What ACTUALLY makes a website mobile friendly? Or...
Part Three: Working with Spacing Elements
This is the LAST thing I do to a webpage layout. Mainly because it’s a waste of time doing it before all of your content has been placed. Spacing is a lot of work and you don’t want to have to do it twice… (If you can help it)
In my first two blog posts, I talked about using the 3...
Part Two: Working with Text
In continuing our discussion about Sizing Elements in RWD… We will now look at how to work with text. As mentioned in part one, back in the day… we just assigned a pixel measurement to our text and called it a day. But now we work in EM.
What is EM? When I teach Adobe InDesign, I take the time to explain...
Part One: Sizing containers
This topic is the one that sends Designers spinning, mainly because… dun dun dun daaaaaaan… math is involved. In my HTML5 classes I give the following tips to make the process of assigning a size, to a responsive webpage element, go smoothly. The assumption is you have a basic understanding of how to work in HTML and CSS. These tips will work for...