With the festival coming up this weekend I’ve been visiting the True/False Films Sections quite frequently. I assumed that since this wasn’t a very corporate website, but rather pretty local, that there was a chance the coding was a little less complicated. That assumption wasn’t exactly true.
Upon inspecting the element even further the graphic tile is set-up in multiple divs in the html. There is a div for the whole tiled space as well as a div for the text links to the right of the tiled space. Each film tile is set-up in the div and placed as li items. Then within each li tile there are two additional divs containing the images that make up the tile piece. This process is repeated for each tile. Some of the coding I was unfamiliar with within these divs, so it made it difficult to discern what exactly the specific elements were contributing too. Even in the element inspector, often a small highlighted box would have a overwhelming about of code with it.
As for other aspects of the design, the font choices contributes significantly. The font-family choice was ‘Roboto’ and sans-serif which gives a very modern feel to the overall site.