Your First Multi-Device Site Creating multi-device experiences is not as hard as it might seem. In this guide, we will build a product landing page for the CS256 Mobile Web Development course that works well across different device types. Building for multiple devices with differing capabilities, vastly different screen sizes and interaction methods can seem daunting, if not impossible to get started. It is not as hard to build fully responsive sites as you think, and to show you, this guide takes you through the steps that you can use to get started. We have broken it into two simple steps: Defining the information architecture (commonly known as IA) and structure of the page,Adding design elements to make it responsive and look good across all devices.
Skymedias - Blog Content Creating a Next-Gen Environment Textures Software: Autodesk MayaAuthor: Daniel Vijoi (Lead Texture Artist of AMC Studio)Website: AMC Studio Hello, my name is Daniel Vijoi and I have been working in the gaming industry for 7 years. My current job is Lead Texture Artist at AMC Studio, a Romanian game development company based in Bucharest. 20 Pure Websites with Clean White Backgrounds Whenever we start work designing a website one of the first things we always do is throw a bunch of colours and textures onto the canvas, but sometimes a design will benefit from the clean and crisp appearance of a pure white background. This showcase rounds up 20 minimal website designs that prove that sometimes less is more. Information Architects
Golden Grid System GGS was my next step after Less Framework. Instead of a fixed-width grid, it used a fully fluid-width one, without even a maximum width. The resources it was published with are still available on GitHub. The idea was to take a 18-column grid, use the outermost columns as margins, and use the remaining 16 to lay elements out.
Awesome tutorials to master responsive web design Create an adaptable website layout with CSS3 media queries With the rise of both very large screens and mobile devices, web developers have to be able to create websites that display correctly and look good whatever the device is. Sure, you can use good old techniques like fluid layouts, but I’ve got something better to show you today. This tutorial will teach you how you can create an adaptable website layout using CSS3.→ Read tutorial: Create an adaptable website layout with CSS3 media queries Fluid images This tutorial will shown you how to make your image scales down when the browser is resized or when your website is viewed through a smaller screen.→ Read tutorial: Fluid images
10 Fun Browser Games For Learning Web Development Danny Markov Playing video games often involves solving tricky problems with logical thinking and trial-and-error strategies. Can you think of something else that requires these skills? Skymedias - Blog Content Stanislav Klabik Sotware: autodesk 3dsmax, mudbox e-mail: s.klabik(at)seznam.cz portfolio 1: portfolio 2: Hi All, my name is Stanislav Klabík and I would like to show you the process of creation of my latest personal project Batman. I am not fan of commercial heroes like Spiderman, Batman or Superman, they are too heroic and "clean" for me ( I am a big fan of antihero Lobo, he is really badass and ultra violent;) ) But on the other hand, Batman is really cool for modeling and I decided to make him a bit different from usual thin athletic Batman. The first goal was to made only a bust of Batman, but later I decided to make whole body. I used references which I found on the internet and mainly the draws from Brian Bolland and Alex Ross, they are really great.
Canvas Pad Rectangles (simple shapes) HTML Canvas 2D Context specification: Section 8 Simple shapes (rectangles) context.clearRect(x, y, w, h) Clears all pixels on the canvas in the given rectangle to transparent black. context.fillRect(x, y, w, h) Five simple steps to designing grid systems – Part 1 – July 4th, 2005 – The first part of this Five Simple Steps series is taking some of the points discussed in the preface and putting it to practice. Ratios are at the core of any well designed grid system. Sometimes those ratios are rational, such as 1:2 or 2:3, others are irrational such as the 1:1.414 (the proportion of A4).
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Better Than A Van Gogh: NASA Visualizes All The World's Ocean Currents We imagine the ocean as having high tides and low tides, water that comes in and out in waves. Beyond that, how does water actually move around the world? What’s that flow look like? NASA Scientific Visualization Studio assembled this remarkable animation of the surface currents of our oceans. Thinking Outside the Grid Flying into my home city of Tucson, Arizona late one night in November, I was impressed by how rigid a grid the city’s layout is. Tucson is one of America’s planned cities, and from the sky, it’s easy to see that Tucson’s designers succeeded in creating a city in which everything is laid out according to a precise plan (figure 1). I was returning home from London, which in contrast is far from a rigid grid.