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This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter one of the Mobile Web Design & Development Fundamentals course presented by lynda.com author Joe Marini. The complete Mobile Web Design & Development Fundamentals course has a total duration of 5 hours and 47 minutes and shows how to approach designing for mobile form factors such as smaller screens and finger-based interaction, along with how to incorporate CSS3 and HTML5 capabilities
Mobile Web Design & Development Fundamentals table of contents:
1. Understanding the Mobile Web
2. Mobile Web Development Guidelines
3. Setting Up a Development Environment
4. Adapting Desktop Sites for Mobile Devices
5. Creating Mobile-Optimized Pages
6. Understanding Mobile Browser Capabilities
7. Putting It All into Practice
Paris fashion week has seen among its protagonists Loewe, luxury leather goods brand in recent years is becoming increasingly known to the general public through advertising that many Hollywood stars and give it its most famous Indosa her bags. After the passion of Victoria Bekcham on Calle Paloma Bag and Bag, lately we have seen the love of Angelina Jolie for the Amazon, a very refined and classy handbag, but details from glamorous. But now let’s enjoy the fashion show for the autumn-winter 2010/2011.
Loewe collection for autumn-winter 2010/2011, presented Saturday, March 6 in Paris, is focusing on models with relatively simple forms, but the fine details. The handbag, a model of the collection revisited in many different forms, sees the use of the finest materials, including alligator, ostrich and leather are, Loewe handbags that always seems to be in a different charm than that offered by other brands.
They are very attractive handbag with great pockets, also present in very special model with a pyramidal shape, as well as the special affects are buckle closure leather handbag in the electric blue hammered in the clutch, clutch bag in black and white wearing a shoulder .
Classic Loewe handbags are then reinforced by rectangular corners, those of the Amazon collection, for autumn-winter 2010/2011 are in the black horse and also a supersize measure, to be clear that you find in our cover. One last info: Loewe even manages to give up fur here check it round in a mink pouch.
As you may have noticed these days Loewe bags are mentioned very often, in fact, recently there is a galaxy of stars who flaunt the brand handbags Loewe. Today we see Angelina Jolie branded from head to toe to show off her handbag Loewe, I must say that this bag does not make me mad, indeed I must confess that I do not like it at all, is a bit too serious for my liking. Angelina Jolie is a beautiful woman who loves to play with fashion but without exaggeration, always carries with it exclusive models and expensive handbags, but does so naturally, as if holding a shopping bag, but this is class!
Angelina Jolie was photographed with a Loewe handbag collection autumn winter 2009 2010, is a simple bag that fits perfectly with the minimalist look. The lovely Mrs. Pitt chooses to rely on our Ferragamo coat and boots and in fact are part of the autumn winter 2009 2010 the Italian designer’s best loved abroad.
A glamorous and beautiful mother, that despite the 6 children always finds time to be flawless, even with this woman went from “normal” Angelina knows how to make a difference. I really like the big scarf wrapped inside her coat, new trend to copy?
We are going to begin with disabling the default control bar and setting up our own control bar design using a DIV that we can place all of our video controls into as we create them. In this part 1 we will add a play/pause button to the control bar, then in the videos that follow we will customize more aspects of video control interfacing.
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There's nothing quite like the sight of a playful pooch to put a smile on your face, right? This brilliant selection of dogs are more than part of the furniture at various design offices and studios – they're an essential member of the team. And they're not just in the office on Bring Your Dog to Work Day(today!), but every day!
Including everything from a high-energy Vizsla and flatulent Bulldog, to a couple of small but mighty Chihuahuas and a menace of a Jack Russell, here are some of the most characterful canines to brighten up your day.
01. Freddie the Jack Russell
We're huge fans of our four-legged canine friends here at Creative Bloq, but, sadly, CB HQ is unable to allow them into the office. However, that doesn't mean we don't have an office dog. This furry fella, eight-year-old Freddie the Jack Russell, has recently started joining the CB team on monthly meetings, stealing the hearts of all the staff in the local coffee joint and luring them into a false sense of security with his big brown dinner plate eyes.
He helps his human, CB associate editor Kerrie Hughes, keep the world's top design website running by keeping her very alert and on her toes. How so? By regularly stealing unsuspecting lunch-goers' sandwiches and generally being a total menace.
02. Sloane the Vizsla
Sloane the Vizsla makes the life of human Steve Fisher, the founder of Canadian UX, content strategy and web technology consultancy the Republic of Quality, all the better.
"Sloane is a high-energy Vizsla that loves to go for hikes in Vancouver's north shore rain forest with me pretty much every day [photographic evidence can be found on Instagram @hellofisher]. She’s quick to let me know when I’ve been working too long by climbing up onto the chair with me. My office is made 100 per cent better with her around. #ilovemydog."
03. Ziggy the Bulldog
Life is never dull for web designer Brad Frost with Ziggy the Bulldog around. "I work from home with my brother and my wife who runs her own business. Ziggy is the glue that holds the whole operation together. His snores contribute to conference calls, his gas clears rooms (it's his way of telling us we need to get up and stretch our legs), and his hilarious presence ensures there's never a dull moment in the office."
04. Scruffy and Duff the Shih Tzus (cross Spaniel)
Adorable creatures are Scruffy (left) and Duff provide their human, author, educator, brand strategist and host of the podcast Design Matters Debbie Millman with nothing but unconditional love. Scruffy, a male, is a Shih Tzu while Duff, the female, is a mix of that and a Spaniel.
In an interview with Core77, Millman was asked about design and her dogs: "On their best day, brands could aspire to be like dogs, evoking that sense of connectivity," she said.
05. Franklin the Shiba Inu
We'd like to introduce you to Franklin the Shiba Inu, whose human is New York-based freelance designer and illustrator .
"Being a freelancer is lonely," Maller admits. "Usually, there are no other people around. This has its pros and cons – people are great for loneliness but usually a pain in the ass for everything else.
"Dogs are like people, but furrier and more awesome – they don't talk back, they learn tricks, do cute shit constantly and basically unequivocally think you're great. They also force you to get up from your desk and leave the house a few times a day to go on things called 'walks'."
06. Mattie the Australian Shepherd
Mattie the Australian Shepherd accompanies Pentagram partner Paula Scher to the office every day. During in an interview with Fast Co Design, Scher was asked what the favourite thing she owned was: "My dog! He’s an Australian shepherd, my fourth one. Their names have all started with M–Matty, Mickey, Molly, and Mimi."
07. Sir Oliver Ottoman of the High Country the Havanese
Sir Oliver Ottoman of the High Country, or Ollie for short, is always around to provide his designer human Stanley Hainsworth with some creative inspiration. The founder and chief creative officer of Tether, a creative, cross-discipline studio, Hainsworth is never far away from Ollie, who (as you can see from his Instagram account) accompanies him in the office and on design jobs regularly.
08. Olivia the Golden Retriever mix
Olivia the Golden Retriever mix is the resident office dog at digital boutique Neo Pangea. "Always ready for a brainstorm or a belly rub, Olivia is the most reliable creative partner we have… just don’t leave food out on the counter," says Brett Bagenstose, founder and self-titled 'Baron of Pixels' at Neo Pangea.
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Expert: Bobbi Lindaman
Bio: Bobbi Lindaman has a BFA in visual communications and studio art. She has more than eight years experience in print and web design and is also the owner of Lucky Lindy Designs.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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