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Responsive HTML prototyping – UX Oxford

For those of you attending Responsive HTML prototyping at UX Oxford here are some useful links to help you on your way:

Yeti Launch – Compiler app

Zurb Foundation documentation – Out the box components

Atom – text editor

Sublime text – text editor

Notepad++ – text editor

Ashmolean src – Example prototype

Font Awesome – icons

Placeholdit – placeholder images

Zurb building blocks – component library

 

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