👋 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. 🥰
The most common approach in using media-query, which is also strategic, is abiding by the Mobile First principle.
- Begin your non-media queried style for mobile
- Add a media query for the next viewport size you’re designing for. For example, tablet size then desktop size
I mentioned strategic because it also tackles the concept of Less Is More or in other words, decluttering or prioritizing.
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Reading about the Distributed Web.
What topics (except the HTML, CSS & JS part) should I learn in order to become a skilled front-end web designer and a UI designer?
Since you’ve already mastered the basic languages of web development (HTML, CSS, JS), you are now basically skilled as a Front-end Designer.
Now, how to be a skilled UI Designer?
- Learn how to interpret the Product Requirement Document
- Learn how to translate the Task Flow Diagram into individual Wireframes and eventually into an Interaction Diagram
- Learn how to transition the designs to the Visual Designer and Front-end Designer/Developer
A mix-and-match of the highs and lows of the following:
- Maintaining and developing the Design Process
- Planning for the learning of Designers
- Coordinating with Project Managers and Front-end Developers
- Reading articles
- Going through online courses
- Tinkering personal projects
Designers in the Team
- Interaction Designers
- User Interface Designers
- Visual Designers
Dive deep into front-end web development (HTML, CSS, and JS) and take it from there.
Start by taking on personal projects wherein you will be the one to implement the front-end development aspect.
Practice via personal projects.
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.