Monthly Archives: February 2015

Struggles and Discoveries With CSS

The strategic rational behind this site, Thai Delights, was simply to create a Thai-themed site based on the delicious cuisine of Thailand. The banner font, “Pad Thai,” found on dafont.com, was “an attempt to make a roman alphabet font with some … Continue reading

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Coding is Time Consuming

The creation of this website, as most websites do, began with HTML and then moved on to CSS. Borders were added around all the main features of the pages, in order to see how elements were interacting. Next came the … Continue reading

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CSS: That’s Amore!

Part 1: Design Rationale The goal of this mini site was to present recipes and information about broad categories of food in a stylized fashion, so an appetizing color palette was a key piece of the design. Oranges and reds were chosen … Continue reading

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A Recipe for Designers

Creating a website from a blank page can be daunting. Luckily content i.e., the  recipes, were found on various cooking blogs for the breakfast themed website: Breakfast Your Way. Still, that left formatting the HTML and creating the CSS. Since the site … Continue reading

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The Joys of Coding….& Eating

Centered on “an evening meal,” Minisite 2: Using CSS Layouts to Stylize Recipes targets young adults, who were just starting in the workforce and needed quick, delicious meals that fulfilled both their food needs and desires. Because of this target audience, … Continue reading

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Yum! Yum! Yum!

My Minisite #2 focuses on some of my favorite recipes for breakfast, supper, and dessert. For the design of my site I thought websites and blogs that I like the appearance of. I like simple pages, with white backgrounds, easy to … Continue reading

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PARTY FOODZ

One of the most important things in design today is simplicity. Being able to convey an idea with just a few colors, typefaces, and images can get the user to focus on the content of a page and not be … Continue reading

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