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Website Wireframes, part1, Intro - YouTube

In this lesson you will learn about different option for creating wireframes for websites. Wireframing is an important part of the process of web development...
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A more visual guide to wireframing. It's 12 minutes long, but worth watching.

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A Responsive Design Approach for Navigation, Part 1 | Filament Group, Inc., Boston, MA

A Responsive Design Approach for Navigation, Part 1 | Filament Group, Inc., Boston, MA | Museum Website Design | Scoop.it
At Filament Group, we build elegant communications and interactions that help people understand, work, and collaborate effectively across a variety of media - from web sites to wireless, to interactive exhibits and print.
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A very useful site for designing responsive navigation menus, with code snippets.

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Super Simple Lightbox with CSS and jQuery - Tuts+ Web Design Article

Super Simple Lightbox with CSS and jQuery - Tuts+ Web Design Article | Museum Website Design | Scoop.it
Rather than using a bloated plugin that has features you'll never use, this tutorial shows you how to create a super simple lightbox for handling images. It's perfect for image galleries, portfolios, and more! | Tags: HTML/CSS, CSS, jQuery
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Maybe TOO simple for what I'm looking for, but still interesting

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Responsive Images: A look at PictureFill and the official Picture Element | Development | chatter

Responsive Images: A look at PictureFill and the official Picture Element | Development | chatter | Museum Website Design | Scoop.it

PictureFill is the same concept as the picture element, just using spans as a safe, cross-browser compatible alternative. If you can’t wait until the picture element is fully supported by browsers, PictureFill is a light, easy to use solution

 

 


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What Makes for Compelling Museum Websites? When to Break the Rules

What Makes for Compelling Museum Websites? When to Break the Rules | Museum Website Design | Scoop.it
MoMA has created unique websites for special exhibitions, called subsites. Observing these subsites allows one to extract some general principles for website design in the museum context.
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GA13's curator insight, March 20, 2014 1:21 AM

Great article on museum websites, with some examples linked as well. As my chosen topic is the museum companion site I thoguht it'd be interesting and super relevant to have any good articles on the subject I could find.

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How to Write a Web Design Proposal - Bidsketch

How to Write a Web Design Proposal - Bidsketch | Museum Website Design | Scoop.it
Tweet Tweet You became a web designer to create great web sites and applications. The plan didn’t include dealing with slow paying clients or spending countless hours trying to find work. It also didn’t include having to write proposals after you find prospective clients. Unfortunately, this is what you face every day. This is the …
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An outline of the steps involved in writing a proposal - always good to look at it from a business point of view.

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Ultimate Guide to Website Wireframing - Six Revisions

Ultimate Guide to Website Wireframing - Six Revisions | Museum Website Design | Scoop.it
A comprehensive introductory-level guide to website wireframing, discussing techniques, processes, tools, and resources.
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An excellent article on how to wireframe. I'll definitely be referring to this when designing my proposal

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What to Include in a Website Proposal - How to Write a Website Proposal

What to Include in a Website Proposal - How to Write a Website Proposal | Museum Website Design | Scoop.it
A website proposal contains many aspects different from other graphic design proposals, in that technical elements must be addressed along with creative ones. While print proposals do address items such as printing procedures, website proposals must specify web hosting, systems for maintaining content, programs or programming languages to be used and other technical specifications.
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A bit light on detail, but maybe enough to get the ball rolling.

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5 powerful techniques for responsive web design | CatsWhoCode.com

You have to make sure that your website will look good on every device possible. In this article, I have compiled 5 super useful techniques (snippets) for a better, more responsive site or web app.


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Responsive Web Design and Museums - Australian Museum

Responsive Web Design and Museums - Australian Museum | Museum Website Design | Scoop.it
Is responsive design the next big thing for the web? What does this mean for museum websites and app development?
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Museum Websites Inspire Great Design Ideas: Top 10 Art Museum Sites

Museum Websites Inspire Great Design Ideas: Top 10 Art Museum Sites | Museum Website Design | Scoop.it
Could redesigned Web sites be the starchitecture for museums? We pick our favorite museum Web site designs, including the Whitney's kids-only digital playground.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, June 20, 2013 3:20 AM

Steal From These Top 10 Art Museum Websites
FoundObjects.com, now RIP sadly, sold cool gifts to museum stores. Even after leaving the specialty gift business for the B2B web dev agency biz I still use several of the sources I found back then including art museum websites.

This post highlights ten of the best art museum website designs. I agree with most of them especially the Walker in Minneapolis. They rock. When in doubt visit an art museum website such as these ten and #STEALTHIS.