Understanding HTML5 Content Models

Earlier this week we looked at the new text-level and structural semantic elements html5 provides. Today I want to continue and talk about content models in html5, specifically the new outline algorithm for creating hierarchy.
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Learning To Use HTML5 Semantic Elements

HTML5 has several new layers, including a new set of semantic tags. While there is still some debate about whether or not we should be using and styling these tags I think at the very least we should start learning them.
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9 Steps To Improve Your Design Confidence

How much of your design process do you share? Do you show your unfinished work in public? Are you afraid of the feedback you might receive? Most importantly how can you improve your confidence as a designer?
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Thoughts On Developing A Responsive Design Workflow

Print design has the physical constraint of the canvas. The format is fixed. The situation is different on the web. We can’t know in advance exactly how someone will view our sites. We don’t have a fixed canvas. We need to create websites with the ability to adapt and respond.
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Does Your Audience Care About Design?

You’re likely familiar with services like Readability and Instapaper that aim (in part) to make reading better by stripping away the boilerplate of a website and serving up the content in minimalist style.
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