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You may wonder: “What can be so special about triangles? It is just a plain, primitive geometric shape. Not even a circle or square that have a hint of perfectionism.”... The post The Design Trend of Using Triangles in Web Design appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Tomas Votruba has continued his series covering the use of the Symfony Console component with a new tutorial. In this latest article he shows how to get "stylish and standard console output" using the output formatting included with the package. Even if you don't use any component from Symfony or even installed one, you can use this trick in your PHP CLI App. It's simple, provides standard and makes your output look like a design from Apple - useful and nice at the same time. He starts by introducing the OutputInterface that the Symfony Console package includes and shows a few screenshots of the difference between normal console output and the Console component's look. He also covers the SymfonyStyle functionality that allows for even more fine-grained control over the input and output handling of your application. He finishes the post showing a few tips on integrating these styles into your command line application and setting it up to fetch SymfonyStyle as a service.
Design tools that help reproduce the aesthetics of hand-crafted art are among the most sought after products. Creating authentic resources by hand takes a lot of time, so it’s really useful to have talented artists do all the hard work and sell their tools as assets that can be used within your own creative projects! […] The post Master the hand made look with this bundle of artistic design tools appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
With the decreased participation in sports due to the pandemic, sports are slowly carving their way back. There has been a lot of interruption in sports, and hopefully, going forward, we will be able to make up for it. Apart from the standard sports competitions, we also have the Olympics this year, generating huge interest […] The post 25 Free Amazing Sports Backgrounds for Designers first appeared on Line25.
In recent years, Halloween has changed. What used to be an occasion for kids to score some sweet treats has become a big playground for adults, too. It's not hard... The post Get into the Halloween Spirit with These Spooky Snippets appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
A new design trend has emerged in the last year: Soft UI or Neumorphism is everywhere. Even Apple is in on the trend; the company introduced a host of changes in both its mobile and desktop operating systems that use the style. The elements of Soft UI introduced by Apple reflect various aspects of the […] The post Soft UI: Making Sense of the Latest Design Trend first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
PowerPoint presentations, love them or hate them, are an essential part of today’s corporate world. Whether for business use or design purposes, the look-and-feel of your PowerPoint presentation can make a tremendous difference in how impressively your pitch comes across. To help out with making your next PowerPoint presentation particularly impressive, we have searched the […]
I love shapes, especially colorful ones! Shapes on websites are in the same category of helpfulness as background colors, images, banners, section separators, artwork, and many more: they can help us understand context and inform our actions through affordances. A … The post The Story Behind TryShape, a Showcase for the CSS clip-path property appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
If you own a website and use Google Analytics to keep track of visitors, you will quickly notice that the infamous bounce rate can shoot up pretty high. Bounce rates of over 60 percent are not a rare sight. High bounce rates are not always a bad thing. That’s why we’ll take a close look at what the bounce rate actually is, how it is formed, and how you can achieve a realistic bounce rate. Exact Definition: This is the Bounce Rate The bounce rate displays the percentage of visitors that leave your website after just one pageview without accessing any further pages of the site Google defines the bounce rate as follows: The bounce rate is the percentage of visits on a single page (that means sessions, in which the user left your website on the landing page without interaction with the site). Thus, if you have a bounce rate of 80 percent, that means that 80 percent of your visitors only looked at one single page, and left your website right after that without clicking anywhere else. However, a high bounce rate doesn’t have to be bad. Some types of websites will always have worse bounce rates than […]
React Hooks are a new addition in React 16.8 that let you use state and other React features without writing a class component. In other words, Hooks are functions that let you "hook into" React state and lifecycle features from function components. (They do not work inside class components.) React provides a few built-in Hooks like useState. You can also create your own Hooks to reuse stateful behavior between different components.
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