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Most web professionals like to see their influence felt in web design projects as early as possible, in order to make sure what they have to say gets heard. Let’s go through each aspect of the design process, talking about SEO questions along the …
Do you know Redux’s real power is beyond managing the state? As designers, if we understand the advantages and downsides of Redux, we’ll be able to contribute to this decision making from the perspective of design.
Many of us are taught to make sure our sites can be used via keyboard. Why is that, and what is it like in practice? Chris Ashton did an experiment to find out.
CSS Grid Level 2 is already in the process of being specified, and the main feature of this level of the spec is to bring us subgrid. In this article, Rachel Andrew explains the new features.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Capacitor and cutting-edge web technologies such as Vue.js and Ionic 4 web components to build cross-platform mobile applications for Android and iOS.
Following our monthly tradition, designers and artists from across the globe have created desktop wallpapers that are bound to get you in the summer mood.
The hunt for shiny front-end & UX treasures has begun! Performance, PWA, Vue.js, Webpack to Design Workflow, DesignOps and Variable Fonts. With Monica Dinculescu, Sean Larkin, Jason Grigsby, Sara Soueidan and many others.Explore all speakers and topics →
Accessibility is hard: It comes across as a set of complex rules that are hard to follow. Maya shares guidelines to help teams create accessible products and services, so that we can all have a part to play in building accessible products.
Learning to code shouldn’t be hard. Authored and maintained by Oliver James, Interneting Is Hard is a comprehensive set of web development tutorials to help transform complete beginners into talented Interneting professionals.
The World Cup fever has caught up with nearly everyone, and this calls for a good reason to get creative. Zeh experiments with statistics API and canvas to generate abstract patterns for each game. There’s a new poster displayed in his gallery after every match.
Before launching any product, it helps to create prototypes and clarify any questions that are still unclear before the big day arrives. Ryan experimented with Sketch.systems and found it quite compelling to think in terms of flows rather than static screens. Still, very handy indeed!
A font with integrated graphics? Yes, it’s possible! Nadieh discovers Datalegreya which is a typeface that can interweave data curves with text. Impressive!
A new book that is guaranteed to guide you in scaling design teams while improving efficiencies. Learn how Dropbox, Pinterest, Fitbit, Linked In, Oracle and more run design at scale.