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This week's Designer News - No 648 - includes Inspiral Web, How to Animate SVG Shapes on Scroll, Component Encyclopedia, The Need to Personalize Fonts for Each Individual Reader, Google Fonts: Pairings, Mobile-First CSS: Is It Time for a Rethink?, and much, much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 648 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
In this article, Benjamin Ajibade introduces Kubernetes to front-end engineers and explaines why Kubernetes is integral in a production-ready microservice architecture. Some key terms that are important for team collaboration will be discussed and conclude the post with a quick deployment to getting started as a beginner.
In the first part of this article, we discussed the resurgence of lettering, we defined the differences between lettering, calligraphy, and typeface design, and we also discussed pens, papers, and other supplies. In this second part, I will share with you how I got started, my journey, and will also share specific tips on how to start. Let's get started. When I decided to practice lettering daily, I was a tad overwhelmed with the options: Crayola (there is even a term for it, crayligraphy), pointed pen, brushes, illustrative lettering, lettering, calligraphy (Copperplate and Spencerian), modern calligraphy, and so on. I did not know what to do or where to start.The post Brush Lettering: It Only Gets Better After Practice (Part 2) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
How impactful is a well-designed brand for growing your business? It can be the difference between connecting with your audience and getting lost in the massive amount of noise in the world. Every year, the internet gets more and more crowded. In 2020, we'll produce roughly 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. Much of...
There’s no shortcut or hidden trick to improving your design skills – ask anyone in design or any other field, creative or otherwise. But there is a simple way. It’s... The post A Simple Method for Developing Design Skills This Year appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Boost the user experience of your website and brand by following these 10 crucial design principles.
Once again, it’s time for me to write the article that’s the most exciting of each month. As always, my job is to find the best, and freshest WordPress plugins. Many friends of WordPress like to test new features, me being one of them. How many new, and cool features are waiting for you this time? Wait and see. 1 – LH Jetpack Related Posts This plugin allows all users of the popular Jetpack plugin to customize Jetpack’s related posts feature. Via the user interface, you can decide what should be used to display the related posts. You also choose where the posts should appear, as well as whether tags, or custom post types should be used for the selection of related posts. Developer: shawfactor Work in Progress: yes Latest Version From: 06.09.2016 Costs: free via WordPress.org License: GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Known Compatibility Issues: unknown Developer Homepage: unknown Download on WordPress.org 2 – Archive Akkordion Archive Akkordion creates a sidebar widget that can display your archive, sorted by year and month, in an animated accordion style. You choose the title, the animation, and whether the amount of posts will be displayed or not. Developer: istvan_r9 Work in Progress: yes Latest Version […]
The SolarWinds and Colonial Pipeline hacks have brought security to the fore of software development. Once again. And again, our "thoughts and prayers" go out to the customers of those companies, and the companies themselves, harmed by the attacks. I say this because, not unlike the mass shootings that plague America -- and please, do … continue reading The post Industry Watch: Security first and foremost appeared first on SD Times.
Freelancing is getting more common every year. Right now there are over 50 million people in the United States working as freelancers, and this number only continues to grow. If a decade ago most freelancers worked in web-related industries such as web design and content writing, now you can find opportunities to freelance in nearly any field, including law, finance, education, and sales. Freelancing is no longer an occupation for recent graduates or stay-at-home parents, as more and more established professionals choose to leave the corporate setting and become self-employed freelancers. Working in the freelance field is often associated with … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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