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Try clicking or tapping the SVG image below. If you put your pointer in the right place (the shaded path) then you should have Smashing Magazine's homepage open in a new browser tab. If you tried to click on some white space, you might be really confused instead. See the Pen Amethyst by Tiffany Brown (@webinista) on CodePen. This is the dilemma I faced during a recent project that included links within SVG images.
The Ampersand is loved by all types of creatives! Its shape has evolved into a variety of styles since it was conceived as a ligature of the letters ‘e’ and ‘t’ from the Latin ‘et’ for ‘and’. You can find a range of ampersand designs across different fonts and typefaces, from cursive script variants to […] The post Art of the Ampersand: 35 Creative Examples of The '&' Character appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
In late 2021, a vulnerability was detected in the Java logging package Log4j, which is the most popular framework for logging in Java. It is used in millions of applications. Not only that, but it is used as a dependency in over 7,000 open-source projects, according to research from software security company Sonatype. Given the … continue reading The post Enterprise open source and the security of the software supply chain appeared first on SD Times.
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Today I’m speaking to those just getting started in design. Maybe you just graduated from design school, or you’ve read through all the fundamental lessons offered here and on other... The post What Should New & Inexperienced Designers Be Learning? appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The landscape for the performance-minded developer has changed significantly in the last year or so, with the emergence of HTTP/2 being perhaps the most significant of all. No longer is HTTP/2 a feature we pine for. It has arrived, and with it comes server push! Aside from solving common HTTP/1 performance problems (e.g., head of line blocking and uncompressed headers), HTTP/2 also gives us server push! Server push allows you to send site assets to the user before they've even asked for them. It's an elegant way to achieve the performance benefits of HTTP/1 optimization practices such as inlining, but without the drawbacks that come with that practice.The post A Comprehensive Guide To HTTP/2 Server Push appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
As I'd always been at the top of my class during high school, I headed to art college full of confidence that one day I'd be an accomplished painter. This over-confidence didn't last long though, because when I arrived, I found myself surrounded by conceptual artists, filmmakers, painters, performance artists, printmakers, and sculptors, who all seemed much more talented than I was. This was especially true of my friend Ben, a gifted painter who went to his studio late every night to work on several large canvases.
The modern logo has to work harder than ever before. In the past, a company logo was perhaps intended simply for a shop sign and printed in local newspaper adverts. Today's logos have to work with a growing plethora of smart devices with varying screen sizes and resolutions, displaying responsive websites. Often logos end up suffering within responsive website design. Many have not been designed with responsive frameworks and variable sizes in mind, and are just resized to fit whatever available space has been provided for them or not.The post Logo Design For Responsive Websites appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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