I NEED TO MAKE a series of responsive websites and have started Artisteer tutorials on the strong recommendation of my wife, the most productive designer I know.
Ruth designs more web interfaces in a week than I create in a year. Her content management requirements create careful choices when attempting any sort of change in making a wireframe come to life. So when I said "responsive" and she said "Artisteer" I started downloading a 111 MB trial version of software that looks like it will help me accelerate to completion some of the templates I must produce for events, course offerings, community websites and blog sites.
If you're reading my posts by RSS feed, you'll get a friendly nudge to view my blogging via a browser in June. I reckon it will take most of my spare time to engineer a few false starts with the Typepad content management system before I'll light up a major change in my Old Skool Blog. I plan to screenshot the process so others might share in the stuff I learn from Artisteer tutorials and from burrowing between the pages of a few books.
Tim Kadlec -- Implementing Responsive Design: Building sites for an anywhere, everywhere web (Voices That Matter) ISBN 0321821688
Designify -- "Top 10 Web Design Books to Help You With Your Projects", March 1, 2013.