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mei 21st, 2015 - 14:14 § in Webdesign

Building An Advanced Notification System For WordPress

Building An Advanced Notification System For WordPress By Carlo Daniele May 20th, 2015 Techniques (WP) 6 Comments A lot of tools enable us to distribute a website’s content, but when we need to promptly reach a target group, an email notification system might be the best option. If your website is[...]

mei 20th, 2015 - 20:10 § in Webdesign

Sketch With Material Design

Sketch With Material Design By Patrick Keenan May 15th, 2015 SketchTools 28 Comments In the past year, adoption of Sketch at Google, where I work at, has taken off and is now a widely preferred tool. The more tools in our belts, the better, so here’s my take on why Sketch and the new material [&he[...]

mei 19th, 2015 - 20:06 § in Webdesign

A Better Way To Design For Retina In Photoshop

A Better Way To Design For Retina In Photoshop By Murdoch Carpenter May 18th, 2015 OptimizationPerformancePhotoshop 33 Comments Recently, I had a project in which I needed to produce high-fidelity screens for a tablet. I was to present these screens on the device and also produce a clickable prototy[...]

mei 19th, 2015 - 14:05 § in Webdesign

Testing For And With Windows Phone

Testing For And With Windows Phone By Daniel Herken May 19th, 2015 DevicesTestingWindows Phone 0 Comments Although Windows Phone usage is still low compared with other browsers1 it’s sometimes necessary to test your web work for Internet Explorer Mobile. For web developers, this could be a complic[...]

mei 14th, 2015 - 13:19 § in Webdesign

Functional Animation In UX Design

Functional Animation In UX Design By Amit Daliot May 14th, 2015 AnimationUsability 5 Comments Editor’s Note: This article contains many video examples that show functional animation. Therefore, it may take longer to load on slow connections. A good UX designer can easily explain the logic behind e[...]

mei 13th, 2015 - 07:15 § in Webdesign

Creating Responsive Shapes With Clip-Path And Breaking Out Of The Box

Creating Responsive Shapes With Clip-Path And Breaking Out Of The Box By Karen Menezes May 11th, 2015 CSSResponsive Web Design 7 Comments CSS’ clip-path property is your ticket to shape-shifting the monotonous, boxy layouts traditionally associated with flat, responsive design. You will begin to t[...]

mei 13th, 2015 - 01:08 § in Webdesign

Front End Ain’t No Piece Of Cake, But It Can Be Deliciously Good: Meet SmashingConf Freiburg 2015

Front End Ain’t No Piece Of Cake, But It Can Be Deliciously Good: Meet SmashingConf Freiburg 2015 By Vitaly Friedman May 12th, 2015 ConferencesSmashing Events 0 Comments Some things just don’t change: SmashingConf Freiburg1 is taking place again this year, on September 14th-15th 2015, in our lov[...]

mei 9th, 2015 - 06:45 § in Webdesign

Designers And Developers: No Longer A House Divided

Designers And Developers: No Longer A House Divided By Ivana McConnell May 8th, 2015 BusinessCommunicationOpinion Column 19 Comments As the web continues the evolve at a breakneck, Moore’s-law pace, the divisions between traditional design and development are increasingly shifting. The “learn to[...]

mei 7th, 2015 - 18:27 § in Webdesign

Notes On Client-Rendered Accessibility

Notes On Client-Rendered Accessibility By Marcy Sutton May 6th, 2015 AccessibilityUser ExperienceUser Interaction 7 Comments As creators of the web, we bring innovative, well-designed interfaces to life. We find satisfaction in improving our craft with each design or line of code. But this push to e[...]

mei 7th, 2015 - 06:26 § in Webdesign

Form Inputs: The Browser Support Issue You Didn’t Know You Had

Form Inputs: The Browser Support Issue You Didn’t Know You Had By Aaron Ladage May 5th, 2015 BrowsersForms 12 Comments The lowly form input. It’s been a part of HTML for as long as HTML has had a formal specification1; but before HTML5, developers were hamstrung by its limited types and attribut[...]