Designing for the Fold: Part 3

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In this final entry in the series on Designing for the Fold, we’ll look at how the advent of mobile and responsive design has brought web design full circle, and we’ll offer some recommendations on designing strategically, so your most important content is always displayed regardless of where the fold is.

Designing for the Fold: Part 2

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In Part 1 of this three-part article, we looked at what the fold is and what it meant to web design… before the advent of mobile and proliferation of mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets. We left off with the questions: how are designers and developers supposed to design not only for various screen sizes, but hundreds of different devices available today? In Part 2, we’ll look at the option and viability of designing with long-scroll pages, followed by the definition of responsive design.

Utilizing Web Fonts on a Secure Server

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As web designers and developers, we create sites for all sorts of purposes. Internal communication, external marketing efforts, and even the front-end design of internet applications. Some projects need to support a secure connection (SSL) between the host and client. … Continued

CSS3 Rocks Much Socks

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Finally, a reason to get excited about web code When I first learned to code HTML, I started with a book that explained the entire language. Extensive examples drove me to the computer to “try it for myself.” I would … Continued