Learn how to make your site "retina"-ready by optimizing graphics and other content so that it looks great on retina (HiDPI) and non-retina displays alike.
- [Brian] Hi there and welcome to the course Making Your Site Retina-Ready. My name is Brian Wood. In this course, we will explore the wonderful world of making your websites optimized for high DPI also called retina devices as well as non retina devices. With the advent of Apple's retina display, lots of us started to look at our site content and realized that it needed to be optimized for those amazing screens. In this course, I want to introduce you to what high DPI or retina is, I want to list the methods for achieving this type of optimization and walk through each method as well.
So... let's jump in.
- What is HiDPI?
- Adding your first icon font
- Adding hover states and animation
- Working with SVG files
- Creating favicons
- Displaying HiDPI images
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Icon Fonts for the Webwith James Williamson3h 55m Intermediate
Design the Web: SVG Rollovers with CSSwith Chris Converse23m 43s Beginner
Design the Web: Using Symbols in SVGwith Chris Converse20m 27s Intermediate
Photoshop and Illustrator: Creating Retina Graphicswith Justin Seeley1h 11m Intermediate
1. Introducing HiDPI or Retina
What is HiDPI (retina)?9m 16s
2. Icon Fonts
5. HiDPI Images
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