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december 4th, 2014 - 18:34 § in Webdesign

What To Consider When Choosing A WordPress Theme

What To Consider When Choosing A WordPress Theme By Marcus Taylor December 4th, 2014 Techniques (WP)Themes 3 Comments Economists have taught us that a lot of choice is not always a good thing1. Having many options can lead to “analysis paralysis” and a feeling of being overwhelmed, due to the in[...]

december 3rd, 2014 - 18:32 § in Webdesign

Don’t Get Lost In Translation: How To Conduct Website Localization

Don’t Get Lost In Translation: How To Conduct Website Localization By Julia Rozwens December 3rd, 2014 Content StrategyUser ExperienceUser Research 3 Comments A common mistake with localized websites is considering the translated content to be just another version of the pages in the original lang[...]

december 2nd, 2014 - 18:25 § in Webdesign

The More You Fail, The Greater Your Success: A User-Centered Design Case Study

The More You Fail, The Greater Your Success: A User-Centered Design Case Study By Matt Reamer December 2nd, 2014 Case StudiesCommunicationInteraction Design 5 Comments Jeffrey Zeldman once said, “Usability is like love. You have to care, you have to listen, and you have to be willing to change. Yo[...]

november 30th, 2014 - 18:19 § in Webdesign

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: December 2014 (Christmas Edition)

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: December 2014 (Christmas Edition) By The Smashing Editorial November 30th, 2014 Wallpapers 3 Comments We always try our best to challenge your artistic abilities and produce some interesting, beautiful and creative artwork. And as designers we usually turn to different s[...]

november 28th, 2014 - 17:51 § in Webdesign

Making A Complete Polyfill For The HTML5 Details Element

Making A Complete Polyfill For The HTML5 Details Element By Maksim Chemerisuk November 28th, 2014 CSSHTML5JavaScript 2 Comments HTML5 introduced a bunch of new tags, one of which is details. This element is a solution for a common UI component: a collapsible block. Almost every framework, including [...]

november 25th, 2014 - 23:40 § in Webdesign

“California, Here We Come…” Introducing SmashingConf Los Angeles 2015

“California, Here We Come…” Introducing SmashingConf Los Angeles 2015 By Vitaly Friedman November 25th, 2014 0 Comments Great conferences are the ones where you learn, connect and get inspired. We know that, and we put our hearts into crafting events that aren’t just great, but go way beyond[...]

november 25th, 2014 - 11:37 § in Webdesign

Freebie: Christmas Icon Set (24, Icons, AI, PSD, EPS, PDF, SVG, PNG)

Freebie: Christmas Icon Set (24, Icons, AI, PSD, EPS, PDF, SVG, PNG) By The Smashing Editorial November 25th, 2014 Freebies 0 Comments Christmas is only a month away, and it’s time to add a few festive icons to your projects, or just freshen up your good ‘ol Christmas cards which you may be plan[...]

november 24th, 2014 - 17:30 § in Webdesign

How To Create Your Own Front-End Website Testing Plan

How To Create Your Own Front-End Website Testing Plan By Lawrence Howlett November 24th, 2014 DevicesTestingWeb Development 2 Comments So, your designers and developers have created a fantastic front-end design, which the client is delighted with, and your job now is to test it. Your heart begins to[...]

november 21st, 2014 - 17:18 § in Webdesign

Why You Should Include Your Developer In The Design Process

Why You Should Include Your Developer In The Design Process By Paul Boag November 21st, 2014 BusinessWorkflow 10 Comments Should designers be able to code? This topic never seems to die, with its endless blog posts, Twitter discussions and conference talks. But the developer’s involvement in the d[...]

november 20th, 2014 - 17:14 § in Webdesign

Refining Your Mobile Onboarding Experience Using Visual Analytics

Refining Your Mobile Onboarding Experience Using Visual Analytics By Alon Even November 20th, 2014 AnalyticsAppsUsability 0 Comments In the wonderful world of millions of mobile apps, many users suffer from ADD (app deluge disorder), and no aphorism looms larger for developers than “You only get o[...]