Prototyping with Web Fonts (and Icons!)

This is an update to my earlier post, Prototyping with Google Web Fonts. A lot has changed in the time since I wrote that article, both in ProtoShare, and in web design. In addition to using custom fonts to make … Continue reading

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Getting IE8 to Work with the Bootstrap CDN

I recently did some work to get the website of another Site9 product, Two Minute Mobile, looking right in IE8. To do that, I needed to get the so-called “RespondJS proxy” to work with the Bootstrap CDN. The Bootstrap docs … Continue reading

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Prototyping with Google Web Fonts

There are a lot of high-quality resources for the web out there. One of those is Google’s Web Fonts, which provides easy access to hundreds of free-to-use fonts. Since ProtoShare prototypes are based on web standards (HTML5, CSS, nyan cats, … Continue reading

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Responsive Web Design Breakpoints

I read Responsive web design: the war has not yet been won on Elliot Jay Stocks’ blog recently. He’s an experienced web designer, and knows a thing or two about responsive web design. A central point of the article is that … Continue reading

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Sweating the Details of Component Selection

The ProtoShare editor supports a lot of keyboard modifiers to speed up your work. You can review all of the ProtoShare Keyboard Shortcuts to learn more. One of the most useful is the Shift key. Holding the shift key while clicking on … Continue reading

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