EM360 Digital Blog

26 Feb 2016

Powerful Workflow Tips

Design­ing and devel­op­ing can be time-con­sum­ing, espe­cial­ly when the project involves a new chal­lenge, putting the team or free­lancer into unknown ter­ri­to­ry. More­over, time is a key fac­tor in pro­duc­tiv­i­ty. Work­ing effi­cient­ly enables us to deliv­er bet­ter val­ue at a com­pet­i­tive price.

How­ev­er, some steps can be repeat­ed for every project. These are steps we know and should make as quick as pos­si­ble in order to have more free­dom to exper­i­ment with new solu­tions. Fol­low­ing tips will help you to improve your work­flow.

#Tips 1: Apply­ing Changes All Around

Wild­card CSS rules are rec­om­mend­ed by the web design­ers all time. You have to use a glob­al indi­ca­tor (*) – which empow­ers you to apply any pro­gres­sions all-inclu­sive to the entire page. This can tru­ly help you save your time, par­tic­u­lar­ly in the intro­duc­to­ry phas­es of con­fig­u­ra­tion.

#Tips 2: Using CodeK­it With Brows­er Reload­ing

CodeK­it will help you to see any pro­gres­sions made to the pro­gram with­out reload­ing the web­site page. It is par­tic­u­lar­ly sug­gest­ed for Mac users. It makes the ease of rolling out brows­er changes worth the lit­tle cost brought about to get it.

#Tips 3: Using FitVids To Embed Videos

Even with the eas­i­est video embed­ding that comes with HTML5, web design­ers still face prob­lems – empow­er­ing respon­sive resiz­ing for videos and guar­an­tee­ing degra­da­tion on Flash where the HTML5 video embed­ding is not upheld. FitVids is a jQuery plu­g­in which takes care of both issues.

#Tips 4: Using Grid Frame­works

Anoth­er effec­tive tips is to use grid frame­work where the quan­ti­ty of seg­ments is total­ly sep­a­ra­ble by 4, 3 and 2. This gives the 12-seg­ment matrix which is excep­tion­al­ly famous in light of the fact that it is very flex­i­ble.

#Tips 5: Use 8 Bit PNG For­mat

Where you are attempt­ing to fare to PNG from Pho­to­shop, this old-school trick may help: in the event that you need not both­er with it to be straight­for­ward, send out as 8-bit PNG, which at times influ­ences nature of the pic­ture, how­ev­er dras­ti­cal­ly cuts down file size.


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