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  1. Nov 2020
    1. Translate Climate project.

      ||Jelena|| do we have anywhere backup of this website. In the meantime, pls remove this sentence and start with...

      A capacity building ....

      You can include all translations of the building bellow.

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    1. In our online travels, we’ve identified several tools and principles that should live in every designers’ utility belt. They can be used to attack the challenge of creating a content-rich site: White space – allowing the content (and your visitors’ eyes) room to breathe Boxes, borders & graphical planes – Segmenting the information into visual categories An intuitive search method – Letting your users jump straight to the info they need Grids – Although not always necessary for comprehension, keeping content within a rigid, consistent structure helps reduce the effort required to process it Strong information hierarchy – Establishing a consistent design language using content types (blurbs, excerpts, call to actions) Visual hierarchy – The relative importance of different content areas and elements can be visually implied in many ways, ranging from typographic treatments (headlines, sub-headings, pull-quotes, etc.), to image sizes and saturation, placement, etc.

      As we increase quality of our design and content, here is an important guideliens for creating content-intensive webistes as our websites are.

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    1. Guide for Uber design

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  2. Oct 2020
    1. simple rules we use ourselves when developing engaging texts and layouts.

      Rules for creating a readable web text, some of them being bacis, but important to keep in mind ||Jovan||

    2. In the early web there were no people well-versed in typesetting.

      Interesting text on the evolution of layouts and typesetting on the web ||Jovan||

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