Posted 29.05.2014 @ 2.31PM
If it is an existing site I would take the entire sheet and dump it between your first breakpoint.
Then remove the rules which have no effect on the things you want to change to provide a clear view of what you need to change.
Edit the rules which will change the size of the elements and work away until you have an entire breakpoint completed.
If you are simply stepping it down you can duplicate that breakpoint and edit the css rules for your next breakpoint.
Continue like this until it will work on the devices you wish to view it on.
Posted 28.05.2014 @ 9.49PM
Hi Lara, sorry it has taken me so long respond this post, I have been meaning to do so for a week.
I wanted to reach out on behalf of Infront and offer your husband a ticket to head off to a design conference as a way to provide some hope and some inspiration to keep working towards his goals.
If you email firstname.lastname@example.org we can sort out the details.
Posted 23.04.2014 @ 4.04PM
I've been though the site and can't find, so hoping someone remembers...
There was a link in the forum last year to a tumbler account of a Font / Graph / Typography artist, black and white designs. Similar in look and feel to Kate Pullen's recent involved 15 entry.
Hoping someone can remember as I've since lost / wiped the link and contact details.
I have a feeling it was an @ZANNSTPIERRE post
Cheers in advance
Posted 29.05.2012 @ 4.50PM
We've been talking about doing something of the sorts. Just might need to give @zannstpierre a kick up the pants to get it happening. We were thinking of doing weekends away with a chef, accommodation and a head tutor for the weekend. If there is enough interest in that kind of thing we can certainly make it happen.
Posted 12.02.2012 @ 11.43AM
@zannstpierre Create a separate category in the jobs list if you must advertise these types of positions. Maybe even provide information on the pros and cons of this type of work. Testimonials, etc.
Personally I don't agree with the practice because it's too easy an avenue for exploitation. If you work you should be remunerated accordingly.