Monthly Archives: November 2015

Three common pitfalls when designing for different screen sizes

Three common pitfalls when designing for different screen sizes Designing for different screens – known as Responsive Design – has become one of the [caption id="attachment_1642" align="alignright" width="250"] Screen Sizes[/caption] most important factors of modern web design. Back in the noughties, over three-quarters of web traffic came from just two different screen sizes. Nowadays, with…
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Google Introduces Material Design Lite

Google introduces Material Design Lite to help your site look like [caption id="attachment_1638" align="alignright" width="250"] Google Design Lite[/caption] an App Google introduces Material Design Lite, which brings its Material Design design guidelines to the Web using CSS, JavaScript and HTML, meaning websites may soon all look like Android apps. Google reports it's new service is framework…
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Font Awesome Explained What is Font Awesome? [caption id="attachment_1626" align="alignright" width="250"] Font Awesome Explained[/caption] Simply put, Font Awesome is a range of 'Icon Fonts' - a standard set of Icons for use in your website content. It's designed to be fully compatable with Twitter Bootstrap and has a great WordPress plugin. It can also be…
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