Creating code or CSS that can be reused is not only going to make your life a lot easier and efficient.
It’s going to make you look a lot better when it comes to employment as well as your portfolio.
Creating code from scratch with every website just isn’t an intelligent workflow for business or for your employer.
For some odd reason, there seems to be a never-ending debate with using or not using CSS Frameworks within your workflow.
Yep, that’s just stupid.
One of the main elements in design is being able to find quality resources and utilizing them within your own work to make it yours.
The idea of this article isn’t to go on and on about the best practices in design. So I’ll get to the point of ‘What is a CSS Framework’
A CSS Framework is a set of standard and reusable files that can be utilized within your website design workflow.
A well-known framework and what I use in all my work is Twitter Bootstrap. It’s completely free with a lot of documents to help you with just about every problem that you will encounter in your website design adventures.
Not only does Bootstrap offer CSS it also has resources in HTML, JS, SASS, and less.
Twitter Bootstrap isn’t the only quality Framework for you to build your experience on. With a few minutes of Google research, you can find several resources to help you weigh out the best options for you.
If you are set bent on building your own CSS Framework more power to you.
But if you are just starting out in web design, it might be a good idea to start with something already working.