Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Dealing with a multidevice world, part of Web Design Fundamentals.
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- Perhaps the biggest change in web design…over the past 10 years has been the rise of mobile devices.…Prior to smartphones, the biggest challenge…that we had as designers was worrying about…which screen resolution to support.…But once phones and tablets began consuming web content,…we had an entirely new set of screens to worry about.…Techniques are still evolving to help us…design for these multiple devices.…So as designers, we need to be extremely flexible…in the way that we plan and design sites.…
That means that if you're new to web design,…congratulations, you really don't have to change anything.…Instead of having to relearn how to design sites,…you can just focus on designing…for a multi-device world.…The truth is, however, we're still in a state of flux,…and not all solutions or best practices…are fully evolved yet.…Because of that, you should make sure that…your process of learning web design…involves staying current with how web design…techniques are changing to deal with…an ever-growing list of web-capable devices.…
- What is web design?
- What is a web designer?
- Learning to code
- Choosing a web host
- Working with a CMS
- Exploring how websites are structured
- Choosing your framework or software
- Designing with standards and accessibility in mind
Skill Level Beginner
1. Exploring Web Design
2. The Field of Web Design
3. Getting Started
4. Exploring Tools
5. Learning Web Design
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