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This class has been pretty stressful; however I do see the importance and benefits of learning html. Not only am I learning HTML coding, but how to utilize other programs like Photoshop and Fetch. My favorite assignment has to be Project 2 because this is where I was able to really see my website come together. I was starting to feel comfortable in using HTML and CSS codes and confident in style sheets. You can see the progress from my Project 1 and Project 2 is incredible. I am excited to see how much I learn by the end of the semester.

My least favorite subject had to be learning responsive web design. Even though this was tough, it has to be the MOST important information I have learned so far. Responsive web design and media queries help your website be easy to use one any size screen. Our generation are using many mobile devices to access websites, so it is important to make sure they are applicable to desktops and a small screen on a phone. The reason I found this my least favorite is because getting the codes just right for each file was important. Any slip up could leave to a non-responsive website. In web design we must have adaptable websites for our users, so with this knowledge I can make a user-friendly website on any screen.

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Here is an image that describes what a responsive web design page will look on a desktop and a mobile device.

1 Comment

  1. Margie Escamilla

    I like how you’ve pointed out the stress you’ve experience in this class and let me tell you, you are not alone! Though this class is stressful and overwhelming we do gain awesome skills like you have pointed out such as using fetch and making your website responsive! That is something I pointed out in my blog and feel that it is essential to have included on in your index. So that it can be views on multiple screens.

    Awesome improvements by the way, Keep up the good work!

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