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Speaking in Styles: Fundamentals of CSS by Jason Cranford Teague

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Chapter 7. Designing with CSS

Designing with CSS

My guess is that you already have your own personal or professional Web design process in place. Whether you are into Agile, UML, waterfall, or something of your own devising, I’m not here to upset the apple cart—maybe just add a couple of extra apples to it. If you are a designer, CSS needs to become a central part of your Web design process.

Using CSS is likely to change how you approach Web design. Although you may still create wire frames and comps, you’ll find yourself making refinements, adjustments, and wholesale changes in CSS code. You may even find yourself going straight from hand-drawn sketches to CSS code. ...

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