Tips For Setting Up A Baseline Grid

When people talk about typographic grids it often revolves around the horizontal and aligning elements to columns of precise widths. The vertical gets slighted at times due to the dynamic heights of web pages.

However, we shouldn’t ignore the vertical. We should set the vertical to a baseline grid.
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A New Flexible Solution To A Responsive Layout Problem

A couple of weeks ago I talked about a problem I was having in a responsive layout along with my attempted solution to the problem. If you remember that solution wasn’t something I liked due to its inflexibility.
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How To Design the AIDA Sales Process

The AIDA sales process has been with us for more than 100 years. It’s a simple model for the 4 and sometimes 5 stages that occur in order to make a sale. Without a sales person to guide the process how can we design for AIDA on our websites?
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An Attempted Solution To A Real Responsive Layout Problem

A couple of weeks ago I talked about some of the new layout issues we’ll need to solve when working with responsive designs. In that post I was mainly focused on the choices we need to make in structuring html to be more flexible.
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Rearranging Boxes — Why You Should Structure Your HTML To Be Flexible

One of the words that comes up again and again in conversations about responsive design is the word flexible. We need to create flexible layouts where we’re choreographers of our content.

Much of the conversation revolves around making your css flexible. Equally as important is how you structure your html.
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