Testing gridism. responsive CSS grid

I was delighted to discover gridism. which is a simple responsive CSS grid developed by Coby Chapple to make web developers’ lives easier. I consider to have only basic level HTML and CSS skills, but by using gridism it is remarkably easy to create pleasant-to-use responsive sites. Take a look at my first attempt:

The data visualisations that are going to be inserted into the grid are built in e.g. D3 (see video below) and use administrative (public) data about the UCL staff. The project which I am doing this for is to highlight the research expertise at the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment.

I’ll keep updating about the project progress…


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