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Site technologies…Katie

Thu, 11 Nov 2010 23:58:04 +0000

Honestly, probably another blog because it was so much fun designing for wordpress, RSS feed, some php/database for member accounts and definitely some social networking. Now-a-days, you can’t really be discovered on the web unless you seriously use some Social Networking and SEO.  Exposure is the key over this massive, constantly expanding web of endless […]

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AT&T’s Business Impacts of Social NetworkingKatie

Thu, 21 Oct 2010 18:36:21 +0000

Here’s what I retained from the article:  Social Networking is VERY BIG when it comes to communication and pleasing your customers, more than ever now.  SN has made it very easy and very fast to get feedback for anything you may need to change, as  a business/company, to continue pleasing you customers and gain more. […]

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Progressive EnhancementKatie

Tue, 27 Jul 2010 22:39:05 +0000

Well, as far as my understanding goes, with Progressive Enhancement, you’re basically focusing on the content when you’re designing your site.  Simple enough. Actually, that’s quite brilliant.  When I first learned any form of html, css, etc., I designed everything depending on the browser I was using which, back then, was IE, which isn’t even […]

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Mon, 17 Aug 2009 18:46:17 +0000

I have to be honest, positioning is really how I learned html.  When I was learning how to design any layout really cause I started in high school (2003, holy freak that was forever ago), I saw everyone using positioning: absolute, relative, fixed and it would always be followed by top, width, height, left, bottom, […]

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My Compitition…Katie

Thu, 06 Aug 2009 20:54:07 +0000

So at first I thought I wouldn’t find any sites due to the topic of Chip’s, my friend’s, website.  Boy was I wrong.  Although, I must say, there are some that seriously need some work done. For example, I found this site Man in the Mirror and I know it has a lot going on, […]

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I’m Floating…Katie

Mon, 27 Jul 2009 22:10:13 +0000

I love floating layouts.  I do, they ares seriously easy to understand and make life easy too.  I need organization so floating seriously helps.  I found a pretty awesome site that actually talked about Breaking Floats without Hacks. Pretty cool way to not worry about browser (IE) issues.  I don’t design layouts anymore unless they […]

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Sun, 26 Jul 2009 21:27:14 +0000

I’m so grateful for semantics.  Back when I first learned markup language, html, css, they wasn’t really a set order of how things were suppose to work: you had the html markup tags and you just put them anywhere and everywhere you wanted so the ‘site’ would work how you wanted it to work.  Now, […]

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Web Design…Katie

Sat, 18 Jul 2009 18:15:59 +0000

I can’t count how many times I’ve written about why I love Web Design. I’m starting to forget though, so this is a nice refresher.  All I can say is the reason I want to do Web Design is because I know I can be good at it.  Learning and understanding the script, code, is […]

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Wed, 25 Feb 2009 02:36:59 +0000

I like forms.  They’re cool.  They’re also scary  (or at least they are to me).  I think its cause there is so much you need to understand and if you just go and decide to use a form and don’t know what its for or what tags you’re supposed to use, it can create this […]

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Tue, 17 Feb 2009 20:44:05 +0000

So I first started reading A Guide to Web Typography.  Very helpful.  Usually when  I design a layout, I  just choose the font that’s not boring but is very easy to read and has to be san serif cause I’m just tired of seeing serifs like “Times New Roman” everywhere.  Its so boring and one […]

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