Let's get right to it today - we found this helpful post for you web designers working on responsive layouts and wanted to share it.
When creating responsive web site designs, you need to consider the devices on which the user will be viewing the design. Each device has it's own optimal screen width, for example iPads, iPhone and web browsers all have their own widths. Check out this tutorial on the best way to figure out the optimal breakpoints for each device >>
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There are so many things you can do with Illustrator and every year with the new releases form Adobe, the number of features grow, and so the number of creative techniques you can use also grows. It can be hard to keep up on using all the features but these tutorials will give you a good head start. And they might even give you an edge over your colleagues and certainly over your competition.
Photoshop is a big, deep program - no doubt about that. There's a lot to learn and there are slow ways and fast ways to do almost everything in Photoshop. In short, there is always room for improving your workflow, speeding your design process.
You need a website, where do you start? Should you build your website with an easy page builder like Wix, Weebly, or Squarespace? If you are dead set on doing it yourself, and you're not a not a web developer, you should definitely consider it. These days there are a number of very solid website easy builders that are very easy to use and can create very nice looking web sites in a short period of time. In the old days, the builders were cumbersome, buggy and normally the content they created looked pretty awful. If you had a business, it was almost imperative that you hire a real live person, a web designer or developer.