A few weeks ago, I had the incredible pleasure of speaking at Drexel University for a seminar on computational design. The event was graciously held at Drexel’s ExCITe Center with the help of AIGA Philadelphia and Automattic. I shared the stage with a few fellow Automatticians, Jack Lenox and Ashley Axios who also shared interesting perspectives on computational design. My talk was aimed at designers who are considering a transition from designing for print and other static media into designing for the world wide web. I discussed some of the interesting ways in which traditional design rules apply on the web just as they do in print, but with different technical limitations. I also got into some of the popular tools that are commonly used for web design/development and how they compare to popular print or branding design tools. If you’d like to learn more about this topic, you can watch the full presentation right here.
Print Design Concepts in Web Development
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