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november 21st, 2016 - 16:18 § in Webdesign

CSS Inheritance, The Cascade And Global Scope: Your New Old Worst Best Friends

CSS Inheritance, The Cascade And Global Scope: Your New Old Worst Best Friends By Heydon Pickering November 21st, 2016 CSSTechniquesTools 2 Comments I’m big on modular design1. I’ve long been sold on dividing websites into components, not pages, and amalgamating those components dynamically into[...]

november 21st, 2016 - 10:16 § in Webdesign

Spotify Playlists To Fuel Your Coding And Design Sessions

Quick Tip Spotify Playlists To Fuel Your Coding And Design Sessions By Cosima Mielke November 21st, 2016 InspirationQuick Tips 0 Comments Some like it loud, others need some steady beats to stay focused, others calm tunes. A while ago we asked on Twitter1 and Facebook2 what music the web community i[...]

november 18th, 2016 - 15:43 § in Webdesign

Freebie: Thanksgiving Icon Set (15 Icons, PNG, PSD, AI, SVG)

Freebie: Thanksgiving Icon Set (15 Icons, PNG, PSD, AI, SVG) By The Smashing Editorial November 18th, 2016 Freebies 0 Comments With Thanksgiving coming up next week, have you already thought about ways how to spend your days before the holiday? Well, you could send simple “Thank You” emails to y[...]

november 18th, 2016 - 15:43 § in Webdesign

Web Development Reading List #159: Code Splitting, A New Bundler, And Blake2x

Web Development Reading List #159: Code Splitting, A New Bundler, And Blake2x By Anselm Hannemann November 18th, 2016 Web Development Reading List 0 Comments As developers, are we paid to write code? This challenging question raises concerns about product quality, code quality, and our purpose as de[...]

november 17th, 2016 - 21:43 § in Webdesign

SmashingConf San Francisco 2017: Somethin’ Is Cookin’ In The Kitchen!

SmashingConf San Francisco 2017: Somethin’ Is Cookin’ In The Kitchen! By Vitaly Friedman November 17th, 2016 Smashing Events 0 Comments Imagine a cloudy, rainy November evening. After a long day, you walk home along the streets, following the dimmed street lamps. Everybody seems to be busy, rush[...]

november 17th, 2016 - 15:40 § in Webdesign

Not An Imposter: Fighting Front-End Fatigue

Not An Imposter: Fighting Front-End Fatigue By David Berner November 17th, 2016 TechniquesWorkflow 4 Comments I recently spoke with a back-end developer friend about how many hours I spend coding or learning about code outside of work. He showed me a passage from an Uncle Bob book, “Clean Code”,[...]

november 16th, 2016 - 15:34 § in Webdesign

Exploring Repeat Grid In Adobe XD

Sponsored Article Exploring Repeat Grid In Adobe XD By Elaine Chao November 16th, 2016 Experience DesignPrototyping 0 Comments If you’re a visual designer, you probably spend a majority of your time making small adjustments to multiple visual elements. Maybe your client has decided they need a few[...]

november 15th, 2016 - 15:28 § in Webdesign

True Lies Of Optimistic User Interfaces

True Lies Of Optimistic User Interfaces By Denys Mishunov November 15th, 2016 UIUser ExperienceUser Interaction 6 Comments Three user interfaces (UIs) go to a pub. The first one orders a drink, then several more. A couple of hours later, it asks for the bill and leaves the pub drunk. The second UI o[...]

november 14th, 2016 - 15:18 § in Webdesign

You, Me And The Emoji: Character Sets, Encoding And Emoji

You, Me And The Emoji: Character Sets, Encoding And Emoji By Rob Reed November 14th, 2016 User ExperienceWeb Design 1 Comment We all recognize emoji. They’ve become the global pop stars of digital communication. But what are they, technically speaking? And what might we learn by taking a closer lo[...]

november 11th, 2016 - 14:42 § in Webdesign

Where Are The World’s Best Open Device Labs?

Where Are The World’s Best Open Device Labs? By Gemma Church November 11th, 2016 DevicesResponsive Web DesignTesting 1 Comment Every developer knows that just because a website looks like and does what it’s meant to on the latest iPhone, doesn’t mean it will work across every mobile device. In[...]