👋 Oi, mga repapips, Brian Dys here! I love music, photography, and creative stuff like UX design and art. This is a place where I collect my thoughts and works. Apart all these, I’m Jaycelle’s better half and Bryce’s dad. 🥰
Do not use
<br>. Repeat: do not use
HTML is about content.
<br> is an HTML element but it is about the presentation of a break (visually a line break – not sure about aurally).
MDN sees the use of
<br> in poems and addresses wherein the division of lines is important.
What is your advice for a web graphics designer: who is getting started as UX/UI designer, what software do I use and what codes should I learn?
It’s helpful to frame your inquiry in these descriptions:
- Web Designer – a designer focusing on visual design of websites
- UX/UI Designer – a designer focusing on user research and user interface of websites and apps
- Software – design software that helps in the design process
- Language – markup, stylesheet, scripting, programming language for front-end web development
Reading about Blockchain leads me to Solid!
You know what happens in Week 1, right? Yes, planning. In other words, nothing… yet. All on pencil and paper.
The action begins in Week 2. Now, here are some of the things that are new to me:
The bigger picture of the journey uses the Driver Framework which simply categorizes a system into Discovery and Delivery. Driver is a portmanteau of “discovery” and “delivery” – both have commonalities in “d, i” and “v, e, r”. “r” is then added because “driving forward” instead of “diving deep down” sounds better in the context of moving through time.