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comment Fireworks slices for Dreamweaver
+1, 100% agree. Codeacademy.com now does html/css courses for free, which quick and straight forward. You will have more control over the way the website works and looks if you hand code HTML and CSS. Accessibility is also an issue with tables. But, to answer your question...I didn't fully understand your question, could you add a diagram or a jsfiddle?
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+1 for responsive design. Considering more people will be viewing the web on mobiles than computers by 2014 I think responsive is a good path to at least look into - even if not using it for this project.
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comment How to describe/talk like a designer?
Thanks for the info/book list. I shall track them down and have a read. I imagine for designers with years of study and presenting experience this is all second nature, but for me it is a steep learning curve. Thanks :)
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Thanks for the reply. I am not looking for a fast answer. I understand it will take a while to learn the fundamentals but am lost about where to start. I got myself the Elements of Typographic Style, some color theory books, and a grid book to start with but at the moment I feel like I am randomly grabbing stuff with no clear path. I can justify decisions based on studies and how users interact with a page but for the actual visual side (not layout/structure) its a new area for me.
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