Episode #138 Dan Rubin - CSS3 for Everyone
Incorporating CSS3 into your designs allows you to create innovative designs with less code and reliance on images. The level of compatibility with many of the browser options out there is already impressive and it continues to grow. Taking advantage of the new CSS3 features helps to shift heavier visual elements to the browser itself. Dan discusses examples and tips in this podcast.
Incorporating CSS3 into your designs allows you to create innovative designs with less code and reliance on images. The level of compatibility with many of the browser options out there is already impressive and it continues to grow. Taking advantage of the new CSS3 features helps to shift heavier visual elements to the browser itself.
Dan Rubin is one half of Webgraph and part of the Sidebar Creative team. He’s a great designer and a fantastic teacher. In his virtual seminar, CSS3 for Everyone, Dan shows examples of web sites currently employing CSS3 well, enhancing the user experience. He also demonstrates how using CSS3 pseudo-elements gives you more flexibility with how you can style elements.
Dan and Adam ran out of time to answer all of the great questions from our audience. So they caught up to address the remaining ones for this podcast.
Here’s an excerpt from the podcast.
Tune in to the podcast to hear Dan addresses these questions:
- Can images, HTML, and other characters be inserted through the before and after pseudo-elements that you discussed?
- Can you use CSS3 when designing for mobile, specifically iOS and Android?
- Do you have a list of live websites that currently leverage CSS3 well?
- What tools do you use when designing with CSS3?