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What happens outside of the graphics program canvas?
It’s VERY common to be given a “design” like this.
First off – there’s no clarity on what happens on larger screens. And then on top of that, there’s no mobile layouts.
Take a minute and think about how you’d work out that bigger picture page structure in the code.
Option 1: white sides
Is is supposed to be like this? With white on the sides?
Option 2: stretch?
Wouldn’t this make everything big and weird?
(just taking out the content to see the layout)
Option 4: stretched with centered content
Option 5: blue background
Is is like this?
Option 6: centered with the sides going off
Is it like this??
The interesting part – is that (usually) – the visual designers (the one’s who made this) can’t explain it either…