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Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […] The post Popular Design News of the Week: January 10, 2022 - January 16, 2022 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
Google is always present in one way or another when you are working with Internet or web applications. As applications like Google Chrome are ahead of their time, designers and developers need to analyze how their project is going to function across Google platforms. They need to check how the application may look, what technologies […] The post 11 Best Google Design and Development Tools appeared first on Line25.
Regardless of whether you're designing a postcard for travel and tourism or business and marketing, there's no denying that everyone loves receiving one of those small colored cards in the mail – as long as it looks good, of course! But how to make sure your design will look as good in someone's mailbox as […]
For a great project, we need a well-functioning team, solid style guides, smooth workflows and well-organized kick-off meetings. Last week, I found a couple of resources that help you achieve just that. And, a bit further down the road, the developers shouldn't miss out on anything either, of course, — having a proper workflow is essential to be productive, and that's why it might be a good idea to start playing with Docker. Have a productive week ahead!The post Web Development Reading List #134: AI, Keyboard Interactions And Living Style Guides appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Everywhere you look, there's a cool new animated effect. If animation was the must-have design element of 2016, then innovated hover effects are the up and coming design trend of 2017. Thanks in part to the popularity of Material Design and Apple's animation guidelines with a focus on small movements, hover effects are making a […]
So, you are a middle developer. Moving from the status of a junior developer to the middle was not difficult. However, it seems as if no matter how much you try, you cannot become a senior developer. Moreover, you frequently feel that the projects aren't as attractive as they used to be, and the joy from completing even the most challenging task has gone. Why so?
It's Friday again, and I found some interesting articles for you to read over the upcoming weekend. In projects, developer, manager and product leaders still try to put pressure on the people who work on a task. Somehow they feel relieved, more secure if they do that. On the other hand, the people experiencing the pressure of urgency are struggling massively with it. The fallacy here is that while the ones spreading the pressure feel better, the people experiencing it usually do a worse job than without the pressure. It leads to more bugs, unstructured work and, in the end, all people involved will suffer from the result. So instead, a team, which includes everyone from a developer to a manager, should focus on the purpose of the work. Give it a try, y'all, and now, enjoy your weekend!The post Web Development Reading List #125: The Fallacy Of Urgency And Building A Modern Theme Switcher appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Access All Areas have another complete set of promotional print design templates to download this week courtesy of BrandPacks. This collection of ready made poster, leaflet, business card, brochure and flyer templates is themed for web design and development companies, but the clean and multifunctional design can be tailored to suit any small business. Each […] The post Promotional Print Design Template Pack for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
In experience design, friction is anything that prevents users from accomplishing their goals or getting things done. It’s the newsletter signup overlay covering the actual content, the difficult wording on a landing page, or the needless optional questions in a checkout flow. It’s the opposite of intuitive and effortless, the opposite of "Don’t make me think." Having said that, friction can still be a good thing sometimes. In game design, for example, friction is actually required.
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