Web Developers who work smart are often building on top of pre-existing frameworks. Open source CSS libraries are not hard to find – including many of the newer CSS3 effects. When structuring an HTML page you’ll rely on CSS as the language of color, position, structure, and other components of the final layout.
This gallery includes 28 free open source frameworks you can try out when designing new projects. You’ll find a number of CSS grid systems along with extra goodies like CSS UI kits or transition libraries. It’s never been easier to learn how to build websites from scratch. Open source code is changing the way we structure projects and how much development time is required.
With the growing marketplace of mobile applications, it seems there isn’t too much room for new ideas. But with enough creativity and planning you may even surprise yourself. The early stages require that you have something intrinsic – some naturally-attractive idea. From there you can mockup various interfaces and test the waters to see how users would enjoy the experience.
In this article I want to share some ideas for the early planning stages of app development. Before even writing any code you should have a road map to follow. This provides a blueprint so during development you can focus solely on the programming.
Depending on the type of content you write there can be such a variety of images to include in your work. Graphics help to separate the large blocks of text and bring contextual ideas to your words. Many people are visual learners so it helps to show and explain at the same time.
In this post I want to share my thoughts on picking the best graphics for your content. These could be statistical graphs, diagrams, vector illustrations, stock photos, or any number of similar pics. It all revolves around context and what would be appropriate to show at any certain point within the article.
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