Web fonts are the standard for building websites today. We walk through how to download and install them to use in your designs.
- [Instructor] Back in the early days of the Web,…fonts were tricky at best.…At most, we could hope that the same font…we're using on our computer was also being used…on our user's computer.…You'll also note in this old 90s version…of You've Got Mail that it doesn't really…add much to the site.…It's just a very simple, probably one of the…cleanest designs if you're familiar with 90s design,…of a site that I've ever seen.…However, it really doesn't offer much.…
You can roll over some of these elements here.…And draw down into further information.…But in some cases, even back in the 90s,…we had animated text, which made it hard to read,…and small caps and different colors.…And so a lot of this kind of stuff is really…the examples of what not to do…as opposed to examples of what to do.…So an example of this Copywriters of Distinction,…you'll note that they're using different fonts…but they're really only using about two different fonts.…
And as you scroll through the site,…it's really nicely done, there's very clean copy,…
- Using widgets
- Setting up interactions
- Building an adaptive page
- Styling pages and widgets
- Creating forms
- Adding text fields, dropdowns, and check boxes
- Hiding and showing menus
- Creating carousels
Skill Level Intermediate
Sketch: Mobile Design Workflowswith Diane Cronenwett1h 30m Intermediate
UX Foundations: Usability Testingwith Chris Nodder1h 29m Beginner
1. Axure Quick Start
2. Adaptive vs. Responsive Design
3. Style Your Pages
5. Adding Interactivity
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