Join Laurie Burruss for an in-depth discussion in this video Deconstructing a web page with a browser, part of Web Site Planning and Wireframing: Hands-On Training.
Although I'm sure you have all used browsers before, I want to take a few…minutes just to talk about Firefox 3 and some of its new features. But also…more importantly, to talk about what it's going to be like for your users.…So let's just talk about this. Let's see some of the things that people can…change in browsers and how browsers work. First and foremost, a browser is a…software application. You must remember that because of that, it's not a part…of an operating system. You can't expect it to be the same for all people and…again, people can choose which browser they want to use.…
In this course we are going to be using Firefox 3.0, a great new browser. …If you want more information about the browser than what I'm going into, I'm just…going to go through cursorily some of the main new features. You can go to the site…called computer.howstuffworks.com. It will talk about features and…extensions and the history. I really suggest on your own time that you go check…out Firefox extensions. They're cute name for that is add-ons, Firefox > Add-ons.…
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After learning the tools and techniques demonstrated in this course, viewers can continue on to the next course in this series: Creating a CSS Style Guide: Hands-On Training.
- Seeing, scanning, and reading a web page
- Understanding naming conventions
- Creating file structures
- Understanding page hierarchy
- Using Acrobat and Photoshop with wireframes
- Building a professional wireframe from scratch
- Identifying and using web standards in site design
- Usability Testing