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Whether you are celebrating Christmas or not. We wish you all the best no matter what. Take the days until year’s end to reflect on what has been and what is there to come. Foremost, spend time with your loved ones. No matter the colour of your skin, your religion, your sexual orientation – we are all world’s citizens. We here at Noupe live up to the claim that there are no differences and you should, too.* You might also be interested in the following articlesGive it to Someone Special: Free Christmas Design Resources by FreepikLet It Snow: Festive Resources to Santa up Your WebsiteMerry Christmas: 10 Free Vector Xmas Cards as AI and EPSThe Right Mood #2: 25+ Free Christmas Cards, Flyers, Tags and…Flat Christmas: Creative Xmas Greetings on BehanceCapture the Christmas Mood: 20+ Festive Websites
Do you like challenges? Are you willing to take on a task that you've never come across before, and do it under a deadline? What if, in carrying out the task, you encounter a problem that appears unsolvable? I want to share my experience of using CSS 3D effects for the first time in a real project and to inspire you to take on challenges. It was an ordinary day when Eugene, a manager at CreativePeople, wrote to me. He sent me a video and explained that he was developing a concept for a new project and was wondering if it was possible for me to develop something like what was in the video.The post Front-End Challenge Accepted: CSS 3D Cube appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
If you have ever been to the presentation room, you might know what a bad presentation can do. Despite the presenter’s knowledge and skills, audience notice everything. And if we talk about design, it directly relates to the presenter and audience. Presentation design is the foundation of the whole presentation, and it determines the result […] The post 13 Design Tips to Make Your Presentation Stand Out first appeared on Line25.
Using videos as background – a design trend that emerged a couple of years ago – continues to be the subject of much debate among designers. On the one hand,... The post UX Thoughts on Using Video as a Background appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
There is a natural tendency to think of the spectrum of platforms that developers need to employ to build and deploy applications in isolation from one another. However, all those platforms are interconnected with one another. An application that is designed to primarily run on an edge computing platform will need to invoke a wide […] The post Wind River IDE Update Blurs Platform Lines appeared first on Developer.com.
Typography animation is a wonderful way to deliver information in text, but in a visually appealing manner. If you want to spread your message in text, but without making it boring and monotonous, then typography animation can prove to be a great marketing medium for you. It will be effective in delivering your message and...
Have you ever struggled to get the green light on your design proposals? Do you feel your design process needs to be formalized? Does the COVID19 era is becoming a challenge for working remotely as a designer? Then keep reading to get to know a methodology to document your design process in this article.
Nicolas Grekas has posted the second part of his look at the work that was done to increase the performance on the router in version 4 of the Symfony framework. In part one he covered some of the basic changes made to the router for faster matching. In this latest article he covers some of the "tweaks" made on top of this work to help improve things even more. In Making Symfony's Router 77.7x faster - 1/2, we learned how to build a faster URL matcher, using hash-map lookups for static routes, and combined regular expressions for routes with placeholders, while preserving all the advanced features of the Symfony router. However, more work was needed for some real world apps, as at least one of them experienced a slow down. Let's see how fixing this provided us with (one of) the fastest PHP routers out there. He then starts working through some of the newer changes to help "reclaim" some of the performance loss in certain situations. He talks about same-prefix route ordering, subpatterns and placeholders to change how the combined regular expressions perform the matching on the incoming URL. The result is an even more performant routing system that's 77 times faster than what they started with.
How do you design an email that will result in plenty of opens and strong click-through rates? There's a little art - and luck - that goes into email design. Whether you’re looking at the graphic and visual design, or the responsive HTML development side, email design can be a tricky business. Here, we're going […]
Normally, a project will have a set of pre-determined font sizes, usually as variables named in such a way that seeks some semblance of order and consistency. Any project of considerable size can use something like that. There are always … The post The Dilemma of Naming Font Size Variables appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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