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Time changes, and so does the web. In 2016, we are ready to meet and adopt new techniques, which we never came across before. Of course, some trends of the past year will still keep on dictating web fashion during the next 366 days. However, none of them will be left without changes. So, what are the key web design trends on which we should keep a close eye in 2016? Let’s find out in this post. Just before we proceed to the compilation, I think that it’s worth mentioning that each of the 20 trends listed below is illustrated by means of an active website (where a certain technique is implemented) and a ready-made website template/WordPress theme/landing page template, which will help you attain similar results in no time. #1 Card-based Layouts Card-based UIs are now one of the fastest growing web design trends. Presented by Pinterest and then popularized by such social media platforms as Facebook and Twitter, the organization of content into separate containers can bring your site more value than you expect. Card-based UIs are pleasing to the eye and well balanced. However, this is also very practical regarding mobile designs. These types of layouts are […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesLooking Into the Crystal Ball: The Ultimate Web Design Trends 201520+ Free WordPress Themes to Start the Year With (January 2016)Trends 2015: Five Brand-new Infographics for Website Operators22 Fresh Free Templates in HTML/CSS and PSD: February 2015 EditionNew Simbla 2016: Responsive Websites for EveryoneSummer 2013: The best HTML/PSD Themes & UI Elements of the…
Have you ever been afraid to take on a particular project? It almost seems silly to be scared of doing your job. But I've had that feeling a number of... The post Conquering Fear to Become a Better Designer appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Affinity Designer can make any of your lettering work look its best and with our top 15 affinity lettering brushes, you can create incredible art every time.
Thousands of websites are created every day and each one of them is pretty much distinguished. They differ in design, topics or content, targeted audience, purpose (spreading news, making money,etc). There are also quite a lot of things that websites differ in, that users or visitors do not necessarily see, such as website traffic, rankings,...
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Paragon Initiative: The 2018 Guide to Building Secure PHP Software Fabien Potencier: Symfony 4: Performance out of the Box Caleb Porzio: My VS Code Setup Nwanze Franklin: Deep dive into middlewares in Laravel JoliCode Blog: How to properly manage translations in Symfony? Matthieu Napoli: Organizing code into domain modules Jason McCreary: The Debugging Golden Rule Laravel News: Creating Your Own PHP Helpers in a Laravel Project Laravel News: New Blade Directives Coming to Laravel 5.6 Gonzalo Ayuso: Authenticate OpenUI5 applications and Lumen backends with Amazon Cognito and JWT Laravel News: Laracon Online 2018 Early Bird Registration Reminder Robert Basic: Mockery return values based on arguments 24 Days in December: Giving back to PHP
A website earns a backlink whenever another website links to it. In this article, Suzanne Scacca explains why backlinks are so highly sought after in marketing, and why web designers should keep this in mind when designing websites for clients.
Git was released almost 15 years ago. In that time it has gone from underdog to unbeaten champion, git init is often the first command run on a new project. It is undoubtedly an important tool that many of us use on a daily basis… and yet it is often seen as magic: brilliant, but scary. There's been a lot written about getting started with git, understanding how git works under the hood or techniques for better branching strategies.
Interaction design can separate the quality sites from the rest of the crowd – if done well. If, however, there are glaring errors in the designs, it will only serve... The post Interaction Design Mistakes That Drive Us Nuts appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Using voice commands has become pretty ubiquitous nowadays, as more mobile phone users use voice assistants such as Siri and Cortana, and as devices such as Amazon Echo and Google Home have been invading our living rooms. These systems are built with speech recognition software that allows their users to issue voice commands. Now, our web browsers will become familiar with to Web Speech API, which allows users to integrate voice data in web apps.The post Building A Simple AI Chatbot With Web Speech API And Node.js appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The key to winning your audience is a perfectly designed PowerPoint presentation. Whether you're speaking at a conference, pitching to an investor, or talking about sales projections at a business meeting, this collection of the best PowerPoint templates will help you speak to your audience. The way you design your PowerPoint slides will play a […]
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