Commit f8928b70 authored by Daniel W Bond's avatar Daniel W Bond

finalized wording and links to the design component of the additional resources panel

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On the more artistic side of things
Bring your ideas and perspectives to our promotional material, photography,
and software interfaces! Start off by taking a look at Mason's
<a href="http://brand.gmu.edu/">official branding guidelines</a>. They form
the foundation for our design work, with their
<a href="http://brand.gmu.edu/visual-identity-and-style/color/">recommended color palettes</a>,
<a href="http://brand.gmu.edu/visual-identity-and-style/typography/">font faces</a>,
and overall perspective.
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Mason's branding guidelines
Our CSS
Creating adverising for our events and projects and org
Making stuff responsive-- so it runs on both desktops and phones
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Focusing more on usability, here's what that is
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Don't Make Me Think, which is excellent with lots of pretty pictures and can be read online for free from Mason's library
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We also strive to make sure that our sites are accessible. Load with dyslexic fonts, or see how the page sounds with a screen reader, or make sure the contrasts are high enough for the colorblind.
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Read about more of the workshops we hold on our wiki, along with more information
from infrastructure setup to event planning
For contributing to software, see the kinds of elements and paradigms
you can incorporate with CSS frameworks like
<a href="http://getbootstrap.com/css/">Bootstrap</a> or
<a href="http://www.getmdl.io/components/index.html">MDL</a>. Learn
about creating straightforward user experiences by reading
<em><a href="http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.mutex.gmu.edu/book/web-design-and-development/9780133597271">Don't Make Me Think</a></em>,
free through Mason's online collections.
Then, walk through our projects, considering these sorts of questions: Are basic
<a href="https://stayintech.com/info/UX">user functions obvious</a>?
Do pages load cleanly and quickly on
<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Responsive_web_design">both desktops
and phones</a>? Can you easily understand when
<a href="https://www.amherst.edu/help/make_accessible">using a screenreader</a>?
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Our projects can't help the community without a stable foundation for them to run on
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Securitah
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Read about more of the workshops we hold on our wiki, along with more information
from infrastructure setup to event planning
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