Responsive web design is the pratice of building a website to work on every device and every screen size, no matter how large or small, mobile or desktop. Responsive web design is focused around providing an intuitive and gratifing expensive for everyone. Desktop computer and cell phone user alike all benefit from responsive website. In this course you'll learn the fundamentals of responsive web design with Google's Pete LePage! You'll create your own responsive web page that works well on any device - phone, tablet, desktop or anything in between. You’ll start by exploring what makes a site responsive and how some common responsive design patterns work across different devices. From there, you’ll learn how to create your own responsive layout using the viewport tag and CSS media queries.
Every small business owner knows that they need to establish an internet presence. This includes a website, blog and strategic social media strategy Idealy, these pieces should be woven together in a coordinated effort so you maximize your efforts and present in the most professional way possible. Social media share buttons; Hopefully, when a user visits your website, they will find very useful information that relates directly to their needs and issues. Consumers find new content via social networking sites ranging from links on Twitter to Facebook to their favorite blogs. Content creation and links that occur as an outcome of social media participation can provide positive signals to search engines and affect search visibility. Making a site more social media friendly will expand the opportunity for content to be discovered directly and indirectly.
"Retina" is a term coined by Apple that is now used to discribe Apple display products with high enough pixel density that the human eys is unable to distinguish individual pixels at a certain viewing distance. On retina displays, images are sharper and text appears crisper. It's like seeing a high-end magazine come to life. Remeber your reaction when you first saw HDTV? It's a bit like that with Retina display. These better quality displays have been gradually released over a number of years, and the term is now used for nearly all of Apple products containing a screen, including Apple Watch, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, MacBook, MacBook Pro, and iMac. Apple uses slightly different versions of the term for these models, including Retina HD Display for iPhone 6 and later versions, and Retina 4K/5K Display for iMac. Where users view the screen at a closer distance to their eyes, as on smaller devices with smaller displays, the displays have more PPI (Pixels Per Inch), while larger devices with larger displays where the user views the screen further away use fewer PPI.
In graphic design, page layout is the process of placing and arranging text, images and graphics on a software page to produce documents such as newsletters, brochures and book or to attract readership to a website. The goal is to produce eye-catching pages that grab the attention of the reader. Often this involves using a set of design rules and specific colors-the specific style of a publication or website-to adhere to a visual brand. Design layout is the organization of text and images on a web page, poster, book or two-dimensional page. Web designers and graphic designers apply graphic design principles and typography to organize, or lay out, the contents of a page. Composing a design layout also helps organize the text and images into a easily understood hierarchy of information. One of the ways to create balance is to use a grid as the organizational foundation of a page. This helps with organization of the page contents. Using a grid also helps form relationships between the different elements on the page. Another principle that designers use when creating layouts is a focal point, which is a strong visual element.
There are a few different ways that make it easy to keep your website regularly updated with new information to optimise you SEO. A few examples of these are blog, new pages, case studies and testinomials. The pages on your website is all you need to do is post a new blog, add an extra testomonial or add a case study. When updating your backers it is always better to post more often. No one is ever disappointed by having more information! Writing a good update is easier than you think, even if writing is not your forte. An effective and informative update should include these basic points:
A Good Title
Putting more detail into the title “Where we are with the shipping process” or “We are doing X” will help drive more backers to read the post as opposed to a generic title such as “Update 11”.
Explaining where you are currently with the manufacturing or shipping process.