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Of all the different design styles, the vintage look is the most difficult to pull off, unless you have the right materials. Authenticity is the key when it comes to creating realistic vintage artwork, otherwise you end up with a fake-looking digital knock-off. Nothing replicates the charm and character of the vintage style quite like […] The post All the Vintage Design Resources You Could Wish for in One Bundle appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
To get better at your craft, there’s nothing more valuable as learning first-hand from the experience of others. What little tricks have helped fellow designers, design leaders, and developers become more efficient? And how do they overcome hurdles in their projects? Conferences are a brilliant opportunity to get up close with the pros and exchange tips and ideas. But they aren’t the only one. To spread expert knowledge between people who are hundreds, even thousands of miles apart, our friends at the full-stack UX design platform UXPin brought the first free virtual summit to life a few months ago. Now the second edition is on its way, and we are very happy to help make it happen: the Agile UX Virtual Summit, focusing on all things Agile UX. Because, well, we all know that building a UX team with agile organization can be quite a challenge.The post Free Virtual Conference To Take Your Agile UX Skills To The Next Level appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
On the "Oh Dear!" blog they've written up a post sharing the Gitlab continuous integration pipeline they use for the deployment of the application. While, in their case, it's a Laravel-based application, the basics of it could be used for just about any PHP application with slight modifications. We've been fairly public about the amount of testing we have for Oh Dear!. Freek has been showing bits and pieces on his Twitter to show the extent of that effort. Having a huge test suite is nice, but integrating it into your development workflow is even better. That's why we're releasing our Gitlab CI pipeline that is optimized for Laravel applications. It contains all the elements you'd expect: building (composer, yarn & webpack), database seeding, PHPUnit & copy/paste (mess) detectors & some basic security auditing of our 3rd party dependencies. The post starts with an overview of their pipeline flow (including a graphic) showing the different stages and the steps involved in each. It then moves on to the setup of Gitlab's CI functionality using a local Gitlab runner to run the pipeline. It covers some of the issues around CPU load using Docker. Next it shares the configurations for the different stages in the flow and decisions they had to make around building assets, dependencies and caching.
I spend a lot of time in DevTools, and in doing so, I've come to learn about some of the more 'hidden' features in DevTools and would love to share some of them with you in this article — specifically around accessibility. This article uses Google Chrome since it's a browser I use and feel comfortable with. That being said, Firefox, Safari, and Edge have all made great strides in their developer tools, and they definitely have some great accessibility-related features of their own.
With more people switching to remote work and office meetings taking place online, you now have to do presentations remotely. These remote presentations also require special slideshow designs as well. When designing a presentation for an online audience, whether it's a remote office meeting or a webinar, it needs to be accompanied by slides that […]
Happy holidays! It almost seems too early to think about holiday shopping, but the season is already upon us. It pays to plan ahead with your holiday gifts, and make sure you’re not part of that last-minute rush! Have you made your list yet? We've gathered some of our favorite new tools and toys to […]
It's fair to say that AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is a controversial topic among web developers. AMP is a Google-guided technology that strips down web pages to a limited sub-set of tags to serve pages faster. It was developed as a web-based rival to native news apps from vendors like Apple. The controversy first arose […] The post Poll: Is AMP Dead, and Do We Care? first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
A forecast and prediction of the top best logos of 2016 and where logo design trends are heading. Stay ahead of the branding & identity curve! Read More
Mobile devices have become a core aspect of our lives. Of course, this can be a good and bad thing. However, for the purposes of this article, I'll focus on the positive ways mobile devices enrich our lives. In fact, when my college-senior son, Eric visits, our conversations often provoke Eric to use his phone to locate and validate information related to our discussions. The crazy thing is: No matter what we talk about, his favorite search engine and voice-to-text skills provide an almost-immediate answer.
With the help of the module Laravel eCommerce SaaS Per Product Shipping tenants can create custom offline online shipping methods and charge shipping rates on a product basis. For each product, the merchant can mention its shipping cost. Please Note - To use this extension, you must install Laravel e-Commerce Multi-Company SaaS Module first. The Tenant can Active [...]
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