Excellent talk; so full of energy. Also, incredibly helpful and interesting.
Didn’t know Kevin Rose has a twin. 1:03:23
I would recommend not starting the design with Photoshop but with
low-fidelity prototypes. When you do low-fidelity prototypes, you get to
ignore the things that you will spend hours “finicking” with like colours,
shapes, appearance; it allows you to focus on layout. Even more important
is understanding the content; your content should dictate the layout, so
content first. Sure, skip to the browser soon, but that’s during the stages
of the high-fidelity prototypes. Just my two cents.
Nice presentation Chris.
Shut your spamming whore mouth
Annoying way of talking. My attention span isn’t that short that I need him
dancing around yelling.
I love this dude.
This guy is so cool, love the video and the site. Keep it up Chris!!!
Who’s coop? seems like I recognize him.
Why weren’t my teachers at university like this dude…..
lol Chris is sic!
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Cool and energetic presentation, but InDesign is the best tool for
designing, doing typography, setup your grids etc. Using Photoshop for
webdev is ancient and from the slice age.
Great personality. Awesome talk. Learned a lot and had fun doing so.
Great talk. I’m an hour in. 3 beer cans. No obligatory forehead can
Great talk. I completely agree with the concept of getting out of the
browser and putting something to code right away, (because as he said you
are build a website not a static comp) however, I personally find making a
really well done design in Photoshop is essential when proofing the look
and feel to a client. For me, my first love is design and I learned code
and WordPress later, so Im sure that plays a part – but I prefer to create
a great static design in Photoshop that the client can approve and gain
expectations from and then I use that as my pixel perfect guide when I
translate it to code. There is some overlap, but generally I think you get
through coding that much quicker since you are just dealing mostly with
functionality and structure and the style is already planned out for you.
You are going have to use Photoshop for the images anyway so I find it
works to just slice it up or whatever from my design. i could see Adobe
Muse being a useful middle of the road solution though. This is a good
That guy is awesome
Wait, is he talking to kids?
Nice presentation. :)) very engaging.
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nic thught keep it up…
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