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Mark Baker: Plug-and-Play Content
Mark Baker: Plug-and-Play Content
In this Adobe/STC booth interview, Mark Baker (Principal Consultant, Analecta Communications) shares new reasons why re-use with structured is so critical. "Re-use is a really important aspect of technical writing today." Structured writing is about adding a structure to your text to make it a "query-able" set of content. We must realize that people no longer read our content in a linear order. Because content is modular and must be capable of being reordered on short notice, we need "plug-and-play" content, where all links will work when components are moved.
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 80
  • Added: Jul 13, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:01:53
  • Tags: DITA, query, Adobe, STC, concept, modular, plug-and-play, re-use, task, tech comm
Architecting a PhoneGap Application
Architecting a PhoneGap Application
Explore best practices to build real-world PhoneGap applications that go beyond simple "Hello World" examples to create full-featured mobile applications. In this session, we'll investigate:• Leveraging a single page architecture to improve performance • How to use HTML templates to reuse code• Making use of effective touch events for an optimal mobile experience • Applying modular techniques to your applications to make them simpler to manage
  • Views: 16,300
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 01:02:26
SMACSS: Naming Convention
SMACSS: Naming Convention
Jonathan Snook highlights the importance of using a naming convention in all your projects to help clarify the intent of the CSS code.
  • Views: 1,979
  • Added: Sep 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:06:33
  • Tags: tutorial, architecture, build, create, design, designer, develop, developer, scale, web
SMACSS: Categorizing CSS
SMACSS: Categorizing CSS
Jonathan Snook discusses why you should categorize the various functions of the CSS code within your project (base, layout, module, state, and theme) as well as how each element works within the design.
  • Views: 2,087
  • Added: Sep 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:03:17
  • Tags: tutorial, architecture, build, create, css, design, designer, develop, developer, scale
SMACSS: Depth of Applicability
SMACSS: Depth of Applicability
Jonathan Snook covers the concept of "depth of applicability," explaining the benefit of limiting the impact that the CSS has on the HTML in a project, and demonstrating how multiple selectors within the code can result in the HTML being too challenging to change or port.
  • Views: 1,248
  • Added: Sep 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:05:49
  • Tags: tutorial, architecture, build, create, design, designer, develop, developer, scale, web
SMACSS: Project Organization
SMACSS: Project Organization
To show the benefits of modularizing a large project to make it easier to test, prototype, or share among multiple designers, Jonathan Snook looks at managing smaller, more discrete pieces of a project and bundling them together for a more efficient build process.
  • Views: 4,076
  • Added: Sep 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:04:13
  • Tags: tutorial, architecture, create, css, design, designer, develop, developer, scale, web
SMACSS: Changing State with JavaScript
SMACSS: Changing State with JavaScript
Jonathan Snook examines how to improve your own productivity by using JavaScript to describe the state that a module exists in within your project, and using CSS to manage that state.
  • Views: 1,301
  • Added: Sep 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:03:40
  • Tags: tutorial, architecture, build, create, design, designer, develop, developer, scale, web
SMACSS: Changing State with Pseudo-classes
SMACSS: Changing State with Pseudo-classes
Follow along as Jonathan Snook describes how to implement state changes on a CSS project without the need for JavaScript by using pseudo-classes.
  • Views: 1,606
  • Added: Sep 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:05:28
  • Tags: tutorial, architecture, build, create, design, designer, develop, developer, scale, web
Creating Modular Wireframes and Design Specs with Adobe InDesign CS4
Creating Modular Wireframes and Design Specs with Adobe InDesign CS4
Effective Designer and Developer teams rely on communicating concepts and details to their collaborators and stakeholders. Sometimes a picture is a thousand words, but often, you need to combine artwork and annotations to communicate a better experience.
  • InDesign
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 1,527
  • Added: Oct 14, 2009
  • Runtime: 01:00:00
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