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No, there is no real collection of "You want to do X? Use Y technique" besides StackOverflow which has much more in addition to that. The reason behind it is because programming has a lot of variations of every problem. The circumstances are different based on desired result and the environment. As for the design that you have in the question, your ...


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First, Thank you all for the answers and precious guidelines, it sure helped! Allow me to add my conclusion: Practically, designing for mobile screen resolution is not good UX, the resolution is too high for the small screen, font will look too small to read, icons too small to click, logo, etc. So, its better to make design based on actual screen size! ...


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I guess this would be a start. Taking into account you based this website on another one and it turned out pretty much the same, you might wanna consider changing the colors and the font too. Good luck. PS: I took out your design on the upper right corner cause it had nothing to do with what's going on in your actual website design.


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I would advise the following: Grid alignment: Scoot your main content and top nav to the left so it lines up with "home page" Content Justification: the secondary information on the right is calling a lot of attention to itself, I would change the blue to something less eye catching, and put more color emphasis on the main content somehow. Perhaps make it ...


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Ouf...where to begin, you said not much changes... Well, first of all, get some js in there to stretch the background image cause right now, it's width is 100% and height auto or something like that, you need a code to see if window height > window width then image css = width: auto; height:100%; and the other way around, this way the image fills the ...


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I would suggest centering the background image so it covers the entire page and does not leave white space on the right hand side. The image of the child looks stretched out and not proportional. And the hover over green does not look appealing. I would suggest with some basic grey hover instead of the piercing green. Also I am not sure if you are aware of ...


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I do this with a Grunt task. By using "grunt-text-replace" I am able to pass my minified SVGs (svgmin) through a custom regular expression that replaces all garbled class references with proper classes. In Illustrator, declare the layer/object name as class="tree" for example. This will be exported by Illustrator as id="class="tree"". The below grunt task ...



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