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Color is the main component of every design. Even though it may seem like colors always remain the same, it's actually something that is everchanging. And as a result, it makes way for new color trends every year. In fact, Pantone recently introduced a whopping 294 new colors. According to the company, these colors were […]
When working in a team, it's important to stick to rules. A common challenge is to build all your projects with a similar or the same toolset and coding guidelines. Only yesterday I discussed how we could port over a project that outgrew its initial codebase over the years to a fresh, React.js-based source code. The decision for this wasn't easy, since we had invested quite a lot of work and money into this project already, and a move to React would require quite some time, too. But since the switch makes sense from a technical perspective and the team is already using React for three other projects, we concluded that this would be a good step to do. It will enable more developers of the team to contribute to the project, to review code and to reduce the shift of technologies in the company. Occasionally, it's time to re-evaluate your projects and move on.The post Web Development Reading List #147: Security Guidelines, Accessible UI Components, And Content-First Design appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
This week's Designer News - No 605 - includes Mobile Palette Generator, ALX Free WordPress Themes, Font Awesome: 10 Reasons We Switched to Figma For Icon Design, CSS Modules (The Native Ones), Illustration Techniques: Types of Styles & Designs, Git for Designers, Knights of the Flexbox Table and so much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 605 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
As a freelance web developer or designer, the main challenge you'll face is establishing your brand name to the general public. But as someone who's... The post 5 Ways To Promote Yourself As A Web Designer appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
@FrancescaMarano Show Notes Gabriela D'A?A?vila Ferrara's Blog Audio This episode is sponsored by Day Camp 4 Developers: Modern Web Programming The post Interview with Francesca Marano appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
Love that website you see? Having fun with the links, the buttons, and the colors that mesmerize you? How about the typeface that makes it easy for you to read? That's all the work of web designers whose work brings you the slick websites you visit every day. How the website behaves, how it scrolls, The post Who Is a Web Designer: All You Need to Know appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
On the Laravel News site, there's an article posted covering the use of factory callbacks and closures in guards in Laravel. This feature was snuck into a recent release and allows you to provide a bit more dynamic functionality to your models and guards. Two undocumented (before today anyhow) features were recently added to the Laravel 5.6 documentation, and they are both fantastic! The post details each of the two new additions starting with the factory callbacks allowing you to perform additional tasks when a model is made or created (code examples included). The guard changes allowing closures and the Auth::viaRequest method to define new guard drivers.
Anyone who has ever tried to build and design a professional-looking WordPress website on their own knows how difficult an undertaking that can be. At least without expert assistance. When... The post 10 Top WordPress Designers to Watch in 2018 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Why is it that every year around this time our hygge senses start to tingle and a new set of cozy themes start to dominate the photos we take? What causes the rekindled mass love affair with XXL cocoa mugs, plaid blankets piled up on pallet beds and people staring sentimentally out of windows? It’s sweater weather that does this. It’s the romantic early phase of fall, the time of year that for a brief moment gives us the best of both worlds - when it's chilly enough to be bracing but mild enough to get properly cozy and snug. … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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