You should be thinking about the grid is terms of 3×3, 4×4 and 5×5 http://pbrd.co/Zvf5vW
I hope that helps…
I’ve divided your theme by 3×3 if you count the columnsFor example in YOUR testimonial section you have one column with 3 the second with four and the last with 5. This is just wrong.
3 + 4 + 5 = 12, which is actually full width for 12-column based grids. Depends on what he wanted to achieve, if he wanted all blocks equal, should have used 4/4/4 which in total gives 12 columns.@Sebastian You can make any combination as long as total of columns is exactly 12. Read bootstrap’s documentation carefully, they described it very well
Well, i am not that beginer actualy . I am a beginer in Photoshop. Of course i knew that Thank you anyway !
dnp_theme saidThanks a lot ! I will try to improve all the mentioned issues.
HMM: * Vertical alignment is not there, * vertical spacing is not an organized concept, looks like a hand drawing, it should be clear what is a micro block, what is macro block, what is the hierarchy and so on * headings don’t lead, your headings should have a powerful punch, the color tone helps you alot * I don’t like the testimonials * typography is not good enough
Man there are alot of things I could say, I think yoou should practice more the layout technique, typography, using graphics to enrich the overall design. I will jump in from time to time and provide more feedback as it goes on.Good luck.
When it comes to coding I believe that theory can’t covers everything. In some way coding is much more of a practical subject then reading. Beside that by the time you’re done reading that particular book most of the theories that you have read contains 90% information’s that you won’t even use.
So in my personal opinion it’s best to practice the codes by checking others codes and read 10% of theory. Although if you’re more of a practical person then coding (practice) can give you a greater benefits than reading alone. Besides that you will eventually create problems which will leads to another path for fixing that problem etc.All in all it boils down to which way you learn the best. There is no sure way to professionalism after all. Since it depends on the individual itself.