Grab yourself a beverage, hit print and read about the simple things that make a big difference when visitors print. But its not all about paper, inspired by Safari Reader we take a look at a modern day take on the once dreaded print preview. Isn’t it funny, no matter how much effort you put into designing a new site for a client, one of their first instincts is to print it off! Then come the visitors who rather than spending time admiring the hours you have lovingly poured into creating a design go and print off content to enjoy elsewhere. Your right, that’s such a dramatization, not everybody comes to your site and hits the print button but when they do have you them covered?
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DesignFestival: When Visitors Print — About That Print Stylesheet
Tim Connell lives and breathes the web and can often be found atop a soapbox talking about users, accessibility and sexy web technology. Tim is a technical consultant for Squiz, a leading enterprise content management company, and a developer with Fresh Interface. After hours he can be found in the company of good people at the local watering hole in Sydney, Australia
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