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Intellectual property, copyright & copyleft

Introduction to open source and open source principles

This post introduces what is open source and what are the factors must be included when using open source products or websites. 445 more words


Web Design&Efficient Workflow

In this post, Sue Jenkins introduces several aspects based on the web design workflow.

The content is divided into the following questions:

What is web design workflow? 344 more words


Design Aesthetics for the Web

In this post, it introduces the aesthetics of the web in the following questions:

  • What is Aesthetics?
  • What are the elements of design?
  • Why it is important?
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Accessibility for Web Design

РAn ecommerce purchase

This post basically talks about the accessible design from a lot of different angles using three typical scenarios:


CSS: Layout with Grids

Using CSS layouts with grids means rethinking the way we layout and organise information on our websites. CCS Grid is the first true two-dimensional layout tool that allows designers to tackle content layout as one whole cohesive piece instead of miscellaneous bits of content jammed together with no order or structure. 317 more words


UX Foundations: Content Strategy

What is content strategy?

Content strategy is about bringing the right content to the right person at the right time, in the right context, and making sure it’s accurate, up-to-date, and appropriate through ongoing engagement. 335 more words


Intellectual Property and Open Source Code

I will explaining how to figure out if a piece of source code is open source or not, The Open Source Initiative defines open source code using a criteria of 10 factors that must be met to for software or its associated license to be consider open source. 432 more words