This week, the Refresh Project is at a bit of an impasse while we wrap up Phase II. One thing I worked on was a new batch of instructional pages adapted from a slideshow, which went through several incarnations because of formatting concerns.
Chris told me how to use inspect element to test mobile formatting, which was causing issues with the “image+text” block. These have since been resolved, but not before I edited multiple layouts for every page. How to prioritize mobile accessibility versus desktop layout will be a recurring question as we migrate more content.
I also started several trainings this week, but I did not finish 3/4 of them because each was a multi-step process requiring approval between stages. The one that I did finish was the Custom Wordmarks and Bezier Curves training. I was happy to do another technical training and learn more about Illustrator; the KB post was very informative, and if anything I would have preferred a more complex exercise. The assignment part of the training involved tweaking the anchors on a letter, then crafting it into a logo. Mine was “K,” and I didn’t know what to do with it except for…
A new flag for the state of Kentucky? Or maybe it stands for pep