A Collection of Real Questions from Real Print Designers
When I lead my workshops, I make sure to gear my presentation toward beginners—I want to avoid using technical jargon that means something in the Web design community but doesn’t mean anything to print designers.
The way I teach HTML and CSS to print designers is basic: You need to know HTML; HTML is made up of tags; a tag looks like this; now, here’s what CSS looks like and some tips and tricks on how to use it.
See? I just put the entire book in a compound sentence.
Since it’s such a simple way of talking about hand coding, the attendees start raising their hands halfway through the workshop and asking some pretty advanced questions. I’m always impressed by the quality ...