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Responsive Web Design & Content — Learning About Learning

Adapting Our Design Perhaps it’s bad practice to distract my readers from this post, but here it goes: Stop reading my post for a moment and look at the browser you’re reading this in.

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Good news: web sites ARE getting better

The last big thing in web design has been responsive (or, adaptive) design. This demand for scalable, fluid and flexible layouts has captured web designers’ attention so intensively that they no longer have a need to prove their creativity with excessive gizmos, gadgets, games and animations. 556 more words

Concept Design

BBC landing page

Hello again! I had some time, so I decided to post today, as it has been quite a while. I have just finished a fairly big project today to gain further confidence in HTML5 and CSS3. 422 more words


One fits None

Responsive Design – the answer for all learning design?

Rapid authoring tools like Adobe Captivate and Trivantis Lectora make it possible to develop content for phone, tablet and desktop by supporting responsive design.

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Mobile Learning

Glossary II

  • Browser
    • Software are components of a computer that lack a tangible process viewable on screen. As opposed to hardware, the physical components of a computer, I.E.
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Zend Studio
Zend Studio. PHP ‘s developer is a company editor developed by Zend and PHP ‘s aims in the most efficient way of coding. Automatic code completion and debugging features such as variables used in conjunction with the project, save function and classes reminding the…

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The Island of Misfit Responsive Designs, Part 2

Stop treating design as a noun. Design is a verb.

—Kevin Lee, Head of Design at Visa

In this 2 part blog post, I wanted to take a different perspective on responsive designs.

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UX Design