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Creating a Style Guide

  • Once your design is finalized and you are going to start your design conversion, you must plan for all of the styles within your document
  • Websites are comprised of HTML & CSS
  • The CSS portion consists of style definitions which must be specified
  • It is a good idea to create a style guide that stores all the style information
  • This simplifies the conversion process once you move into the web side of this process
  • The style guide contains information about what styles you wish to use within the various areas of your web page
  • During the design creation, decisions were made to use specific colors, fonts, sizing, etc.
  • The style guide is a listing of these styles placed into a single document
  • This is a great reference for the web site moving forward as it simplifies the branding for future maintenance of the site