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About CourseEdge Reflow is a brand-new tool that helps designers plan and create responsive websites - that is, a site that responds to the screen that it finds itself on. Done right, responsive design makes your content look fabulous, no matter if it is viewed on a desktop, tablet or smartphone screen. This video shows you not only how to create a responsive web design with Reflow - but WHY you want to use certain tools and settings. And most importantly, how the setting for one element on your page can wind up affecting the display of all the other elements on your page.
- Lesson 1: Intro to Reflow and the concepts of Responsive Web Design 02:55
- Lesson 2: Why should I use Edge Reflow? 08:24
- Lesson 3: How does responsive design work in Reflow? 04:20
- Lesson 4: Learning the interface 08:06
- Lesson 5: Setting up a responsive page 08:36
- Lesson 6: Inserting an image into your design and making it responsive 13:19
- Lesson 7: Adding an image as a background to a Div 06:33
- Lesson 8: Responsive background image settings 06:29
- Lesson 9: Styling multiple elements to respond 12:17
- Lesson 10: Adding hyperlinks and working with text 10:06
- Lesson 11: Previewing and exporting your project 04:31
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David LaFontaine is the Director of Content at DigitalFamily.com, as well as a "Dummies" book author and multimedia producer. He teaches online multimedia and digital publishing at the Annenberg School of Journalism at USC, and works with media companies around the world to help develop mobile and social media strategies that actually produce results. His whose work has earned him invitations to lecture all over the world, including a recent Fulbright Specialist program to train journalists, NGOs and pro-democracy groups in Ethiopia, and working with the Institute for the Digital Future of Journalism in Kiev, Ukraine for the past seven years, to help reporters use digital tools to get their stories heard by the rest of the world. To learn more about Dave, check out his site at http://davidlafontaine.com