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What's going on in the industry? What new techniques have emerged recently? What insights, tools, tips and tricks is the web design community talking about? Anselm Hannemann is collecting everything that popped up over the last week in his web development reading list so that you don't miss out on anything. The result is a carefully curated list of articles and resources that are worth taking a closer look at. -- Ed. The end of the year is near and some people are enjoying their well-deserved holidays already. For others, the pressure increases when managers or clients want to finish a project before Christmas. And then, the Christmas and New Year celebrations -- so many things to prepare, to buy, to think of. I hope you either belong to the ones who can enjoy their vacation already or that you can stay calm while having a stressful time. Try to take your time with friends and beloved ones and enjoy some moments of silence.The post Web Development Reading List #117: Storytelling, Security in Devtools and 350ms Tap Delay appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The WordPress post editor, for all its strong points, is getting a bit long in the tooth. Thus, one of the main stated focuses for 2017 was to change the... The post Taking the New Gutenberg WordPress Editor for a Test Drive appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Dispatch, a delivery solutions provider, has announced updates to the company's API that are aimed at simplifying data access and management throughout larger organizations that operate with a tiered approach. These companies can now be more flexible in how they offer API access.
There are small businesses opening up all the time in the United States. Even last year, when businesses were closing, the number of new US... The post How To Lead A Successful Local Small Business In 2021? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Whoever came up with this quote could be anything but a web designer. It is because web designers need to work with both positive as well as negative elements while designing a website. The positive elements include images, contents, video, navigation, etc. The negative element is the blank or rather the white space that you must have seen in most of the websites. At times, web designers tend to use unnecessary positive elements and stuff the website with jargon. Negative space, on the other hand, makes the design look more structured and authentic. Therefore, ‘negative' thinking usually leads to a … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Design thinking is a collaborative, iterative process that, over time, delivers design solutions based on human feedback. The concept combines the problem-solving basis of design with empathy for the end-user. Design thinking tools are used to facilitate this evolutionary process. Before we take a close look at some of the best design thinking tools on The post 9 Design Thinking Tools for Turning a Creative Vision into a Usable Interface appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
Are you considering brand revitalization or re-branding your product, service or business? Is your brand under-performing? Or is your brand just not hitting your target audience appropriately anymore? If you feel the need to revitalize your brand, it should not be overlooked and serious steps should be taken to re-launch your business, in this digital era. Having said that though, all brands need to adopt a new skin and synchronize their vision and mission with the changing marketing trends. You will never get a second chance to make a first impression – Will Rogers What is Re-Branding? Re-branding is the … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
After days and months of hard work, you are finally ready to roll out your new product. You have polished the design, perfected the functionality and refined the user experience. It seems that your beloved [...]
Like their cloud-native counterparts, many large or longstanding enterprises aspire to automate as much of their operations as possible. As a result, many of them get overly ambitious with their process automation goals, and attempt to roll out sweeping, company-wide digital transformation initiatives. While ambition is a good thing, many of these initiatives take years … continue reading The post 3 common process automation mistakes (and how to fix them) appeared first on SD Times.
This week's Designer News (N.362) includes CSS Visual Guide, Sketch Tools, Bootstrap Forms, CSS Spinners, Match Fonts, Scrolling in Web Design, Hover Animations, and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.362) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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