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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[...]

mei 4th, 2015 - 17:42 § in Webdesign

Extending In Sass Without Creating A Mess

Extending In Sass Without Creating A Mess By David Khourshid May 4th, 2015 OptimizationPreprocessorsWorkflow 13 Comments The @extend directive in Sass is a powerful directive that facilitates the sharing of rules and relationships between selectors. However, it can produce undesirable side effects i[...]

mei 2nd, 2015 - 23:10 § in Webdesign

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: May 2015

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: May 2015 By The Smashing Editorial April 30th, 2015 Wallpapers 25 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 sources of inspiration. As a[...]

mei 1st, 2015 - 16:53 § in Webdesign

Creating A Complete Web App In Foundation For Apps

Creating A Complete Web App In Foundation For Apps By Stephen Saucier April 28th, 2015 AngularJSAppsFrameworks 7 Comments Foundation for Apps is a new single-page app1 framework from Zurb that is closely related to Foundation 5 (also known as Foundation for Sites, a widely used front-end framework).[...]

april 29th, 2015 - 16:10 § in Webdesign

Design Principles: Compositional Flow And Rhythm

Part Six Design Principles: Compositional Flow And Rhythm By Steven Bradley April 29th, 2015 CreativityDesign PrinciplesInspiration 1 Comment When someone lands on a page of your site what do you want that person to do? Where do you want them to look? What information do you want your visitors to no[...]