Web Design Development Tutorials
In my last post we looked at organizing the mobile web experience by aligning your mobile experience with real-world needs, placing a greater emphasis on content, placing relevant links at the bottom of the page and showing options applicable to the task at hand. In this post we will look at some considerations for designing intuitive touch interfaces.
A storyboard is a series of illustrations used to visualize a sequence of events. With a background in motion graphics, I spent many hours drawing out one frame after another for animation sequences. Most people are familiar with storyboards similar to the one below.
Welcome to the third installment of my article on Front End Techniques for Web Development. In the last post we talked about different ways to be more efficient with your CSS code. In this post, we will talk about the under-used and often misunderstood world of using multiple classes on an element.
In a fast paced environment, every second counts. Besides a well organized file, what better way to speed up your work flow than to employ a few time saving principals, in the form of key commands in Photoshop! What may save you 5 seconds per action, will add up to hours of time saving. Think of a key command like a coupon, it takes a little off, but a lot of little cuts can really add up.
In my last 3 posts we have covered the basic aspects of a websites design and looked at patterns we could use in order to speed up the design process and to insure our site design is a positive user experience.
Today I'd like to talk about some great tips for those offering website design services that will enhance your day-to-day performance, and keep your developer happy too.