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augustus 20th, 2015 - 13:40 § in Webdesign

Laying Out A Flexible Future For Web Design With Flexbox

Laying Out A Flexible Future For Web Design With Flexbox By Ben Gremillion August 17th, 2015 CSSFlexboxLayouts 26 Comments CSS floats and clears define web layout today. Based on principles derived from centuries of print design, they’ve worked well enough — even if, strictly speaking, floats we[...]

augustus 20th, 2015 - 13:40 § in Webdesign

What A/B Testing Taught Us About App Store Optimization

What A/B Testing Taught Us About App Store Optimization By Anna Pratskevich August 20th, 2015 AppsOptimizationTesting 0 Comments 1.5 million apps in Apple’s App Store and another 1.5 million in Google’s Play store. That’s a lot of apps, and for a growing number of mobile users. An average user[...]

augustus 19th, 2015 - 19:37 § in Webdesign

From Russia With Love: Behind The Responsive Redesign Of Kremlin.ru

From Russia With Love: Behind The Responsive Redesign Of Kremlin.ru By Vitaly Friedman August 18th, 2015 Responsive DesignWorkflow 14 Comments Relaunching a large-scale website is always quite an undertaking, especially if the task involves a huge political entity with content accumulated over a d[...]

augustus 19th, 2015 - 01:30 § in Webdesign

From Russia With Love: Behind The Responsive Redesign of Kremlin.ru

From Russia With Love: Behind The Responsive Redesign of Kremlin.ru By Vitaly Friedman August 18th, 2015 Responsive DesignWorkflow 7 Comments Relaunching a large-scale website is always quite an undertaking, especially if the task involves a huge political entity with content accumulated over a do[...]

augustus 18th, 2015 - 19:30 § in Webdesign

Designing Flexible, Maintainable Pie Charts With CSS And SVG

Designing Flexible, Maintainable Pie Charts With CSS And SVG By Lea Verou July 28th, 2015 CSSSVGTechniques 26 Comments When it comes to CSS techniques, nobody is more stubborn and smart enough to find solutions to any problems than Lea Verou. Recently, Lea has written, designed and published CSS Sec[...]

augustus 18th, 2015 - 19:30 § in Webdesign

Designing Flexible, Maintainable Pie Charts With CSS And SVG

Designing Flexible, Maintainable Pie Charts With CSS And SVG By Lea Verou July 28th, 2015 CSSSVGTechniques 26 Comments When it comes to CSS techniques, nobody is more stubborn and smart enough to find solutions to any problems than Lea Verou. Recently, Lea has written, designed and published CSS Sec[...]

augustus 17th, 2015 - 19:26 § in Webdesign

Web Design Conferences Are Booming: But What’s Next?

Web Design Conferences Are Booming: But What’s Next? By Andy Budd August 14th, 2015 CommunityConferences 7 Comments Every year there are around 100 web conferences in the UK, and there are new ones emerging all the time. With a conference catering for every design and development niche, you’re r[...]

augustus 14th, 2015 - 19:01 § in Webdesign

Understanding Critical CSS

Understanding Critical CSS By Dean Hume August 13th, 2015 CSSOptimizationPerformance 16 Comments The web is slow, yet there are a few simple strategies to make websites faster. One of them is inlining critical CSS into the head of your pages, yet how exactly do you do it if your site contains hundre[...]

augustus 12th, 2015 - 18:49 § in Webdesign

How To Deploy WordPress Plugins With GitHub Using Transients

How To Deploy WordPress Plugins With GitHub Using Transients By Matthew Ray August 11th, 2015 PluginsTechniques (WP)Workflow 13 Comments If you’ve worked with WordPress for a while, you may have tried your hand at writing a plugin. Many developers will start creating plugins to enhance a custom th[...]

augustus 11th, 2015 - 18:33 § in Webdesign

Designing Web Interfaces For Kids

Designing Web Interfaces For Kids By Trine Falbe August 10th, 2015 InterfacesPsychologyUser Experience 12 Comments Kids spend a lot of time online, and their cognitive and physical limitations present many challenges to them when they do so. Pair that with poorly designed content and dark patterns, [...]