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Everything begins with responsive design nowadays. It is hard to imagine a website owner who does not care about the audience that comes from tablets and mobiles. It is so enormous, and neglecting its presence means inflicting damage on your business and brand. No one wants that. So as a web developer you are likely...
Joan is applying for a small loan on all-online-loanzzz.com. She's becoming frustrated with the number of financial-disclosure forms she has to fill out. She's thinking about visiting her local bank to ask for a loan instead. While waiting for a page to load, the application presents a cartoon image of a person wearing a business suit sitting in a jail cell. The image caption says, "Hey, everyone hates disclosures. We know you do, too. We're doing our best to keep everyone out of jail. Please bear with us for a few more clicks. You won't regret it, and our loan officers will stay out of jail." Joan smirks at the image. She might not appreciate the number of forms she has to complete, but she understands the serious nature of applying for a loan.The post Connecting With Users: Incorporating Humor In Web Design appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Is there anything better than dessert? Seriously… I’m not sure about you but I’ve got a separate department in my stomach dedicated to desserts, that
In this tutorial, we will talk about how tables can be created in Figma by using components and Atomic Design methodology. We will also take a look at the basic elements of the table layout and how components can be included in the component library so that they can become part of the design system you are using. To make it easy for you, I've prepared a mockup example that uses all of the components we need for this tutorial.
What's going on in the industry? What new techniques have emerged recently? What insights, tools, tips and tricks is the web design community talking about? Anselm Hannemann is collecting everything that popped up over the last week in his web development reading list so that you don't miss out on anything. The result is a carefully curated list of articles and resources that are worth taking a closer look at. -- Ed. Winter isn't here yet, instead as you're reading this, I'm out for another biking session in the mountains today. You might already have noticed how important nature is to me. So this week, seeing the international climate conference in Paris not aiming for an ambitious goal, a reader sent me this great article in which he questions what we as people in the tech industry can personally do against global warming. If you're caring only a bit about this, read it and think about it. Have a great week and try out some of the amazing web development stuff I collected for you this week.The post Web Development Reading List #115: Good News For HTTP/2, PHP7, And Better Flexbox Grids appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Most web administrators and developers are aware that the loading time of a site is crucial to the site’s overall success. A typical user will not wait a millisecond more... The post Implementing AMP to Boost Your Page Loading Times appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The world of design is ever-evolving. Styles and aesthetics ebb and flow as new eye-catching designs come in and old favorites lose popularity. Some trends stick around awhile, while others start with a bang but quickly burn out. While we predict that some of the trends from 2016 will have some staying power for the […] The post Top 10 Predicted Design Trends for 2017 appeared first on Line25.
Animation in apps has taken on a new and improved meaning. Unlike the flashy, confusing website animations of the old days, new animation is clean, smooth, and easy to navigate.... The post Simple Methods for Improving UX with Subtle Motion appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
As designers and developers, we’re often taking educated guesses as to how users will react to the UI we’ve created. This is especially so for freelancers or small agencies. And... The post FullStory Lets You See Exactly How Users Navigate Your Website appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
In today’s video tutorial we’re going to take a look at a few different methods of replacing the sky within a photograph. You know how it is, you capture a great shot, but the weather at that particular moment results in a lacklustre grey, overcast sky in the background. With just a few simple steps […] The post Video Tutorial: How to Replace the Sky in Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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