For “Design for Web Content” I had to create a website for a hypothetical Small Business, and I decided to go for a Vintage fashion Shop based in Dover and focused on 80s style.Here the link of the first version of the website made exclusively for the desktop version just by using HTML and CSS: Small Business Website (first version).
Responsive Images: what are the options?
When I started to research this topic the first question that came in my mind was: well, I know how it looks like the first web page ever, but I have no idea of the first image ever appeared on the web. So, I asked my best friend Search Engine, and as always it helped me to find the right answer. Below is the first photo on the web.
Work In The Web by Mixd
Last week, from 24th to 27th January, I had the incredible opportunity to attend the third edition of “Work in the web” a workshop of three days organised by Mixd, a web agency composed by super skilled and nice people placed in Harrogate.
During the workshop I learned a lot. It was pretty intense and super helpful to understand better what I have to learn and which tools I need to use to work in the web. I took some notes and I tried to assimilate as much as possible.
Below an overview of the topics and some useful links for tools, learning material and books.
A book apart
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A super quick overview on what I learned this week. Continue reading “What I learned this week”
Here we are. Today I’m going to list 3 examples of good websites and for each one I’ll give a brief description and all the reasons that drive me to chose them. I tried to pick examples from different market.
Are you curious?
Today I’m going to find 3 examples of good design and for each one I’ll explain why I chose it, which features make it as a great example of design. It’s a big challenge, but I’m ready and I have no fear! Let’s start!
The list below is not in order of preference, I love all of them the same: