September 6th, 2011
Incorporating CSS3 into your designs allows you to create innovative designs with less code and reliance on images. The level of compatibility with many of the browser options out there is already impressive and it continues to grow. Taking advantage of the new CSS3 features helps to shift heavier visual elements to the browser itself.
Back at the end of June, Dan Rubin presented a UIE Virtual Seminar, CSS3 for Everyone. Because there were so many questions we didn’t get to during the webinar, Adam Churchill and Dan recorded a follow up podcast.
In today’s UIEtips article, we look at 2 sections from the podcast: how to use CSS3 when designing for mobile, and what CSS tools and resources Dan relies on to save time and make designing easier.
Read the article: CSS3 – Tools and Mobile Implementation
Dan is a highly accomplished user interface designer and usability consultant. If you missed his virtual seminar, you can still access the recording in our User Experience Training Library access it.
And if you’re looking for more tips and tricks with CSS3, you’ll want to sign up for Stephanie (Sullivan) Rewis’s webinar on September 15. Stephanie is a prominent front-end developer, corporate trainer, noted champion of web standards, and an excellent speaker. Learn more about her virtual seminar.Tweet