Janine Warner's best-selling books and videos on Web design have won her an international following and earned her speaking and consulting engagements around the world. Since 1996, she's written more than a dozen books about the Internet, including iPhone & iPad Web Design For Dummies, Mobile Web Design For Dummies, Web Sites For Dummies DIY, Dreamweaver For Dummies (every edition), and the Digital Family Album book series. Janine is the host of a growing collection of Web design training videos for KelbyTraining in Adobe Dreamweaver and Cascading Style Sheets. She’s also created videos for TotalTraining. A popular speaker at conferences and events, Janine offers training in 'techy' topics, such as Web design and CSS, and delivers keynotes on Internet trends, the growing importance of the mobile Web, social media, and online reputation. Janine started her career as a journalist and her articles and columns have appeared in a variety of publications, including The Miami Herald, Layers Magazine, and the Pulitzer Prize Winning Point Reyes Light newspaper. Janine has been an adjunct faculty member at both the University of Miami and the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication. She has had the honor of judging several contests, including the Interactive Emmy Awards, the Knight News Challenge, and the Arroba de Oro Latin American Internet awards. She also helped to create an Internet literacy programs in for high school students in the U.S. and Central America. To learn more about Janine’s books, videos, and training, visit http://www.DigitalFamily.com.
- Features: Written by Janine Warner on December 7, 2011Pros: Adobe’s new Proto touch app wins points for being fun, easy to use, and for making you look cool and up on the latest trends when you’re with clients. Cons: Although Proto is great for creating wireframes for small sites, it’s not going to replace more professional tools, such OmniGraffle or Microsoft Visio. Rating: 7/10
- Features: Written by Janine Warner on September 12, 2011Given the growing popularity—and all the hype—around HTML5, it's no surprise that many of the new features in Dreamweaver CS5.5 are meant to help you create cutting-edge Web page designs with the latest flavor of HTML. Among the new goodies in Dreamweaver CS5.5, you'll find two new HTML5 Layouts, complete with CSS style rules. This tutorial shows you how to customize those new HTML5 layouts by adding your own images and text, as well as by editing the CSS to change the background color, font face, and other design features.