Next you will translate your schedule of events or organization for online presence. No coding allowed.
Step 1. What, who, why am I designing for? Answer:
Strategy slides and sections of this post are from a lecture by Thom Hines. Thanks Thom!
Step 2. Recommend designing / presenting your plan for your site 960 x 3000 like this:
Step 3. Clearly state what this site is for
Step 4. Show the user what they are supposed to do.
Step 5. Responsive design. Design for at least two formats phone and browser window. Make it real. Place your designs in context:
Responsive design from Media Queries:
Responsive web design examples at “A List Apart: For People Who Make Websites”. A List Apart explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.
Step 6. Show how it works!
Step 7. Don’t forget design skills: Strong Typography. Great Images. Scale. Hierarchy.
New Zealand Opera. Here the logotype scrolls over the imagery:
Summer of the Stars online calendar.
Lost World's Fairs. Beauty of the Web. Internet Explorer 9 now supports WOFF, and the Friends of Mighty have joined forces to explore ...
Alice in Wonderland App.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gew68Qj5kxw // Alice for the Ipad