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Some sites look good and some sites function well, but there are some interactive websites that do both with an extra sense of magic. These websites engage us on a deeper level, command our attention, and take root in our imagination. They draw us into their world and make us forget our own -- if The post Engaging, interactive websites and what you can learn from them appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
If you are a video game developer in the market for a new laptop, keep reading, as we'll reveal which ones can suit your needs in terms of processing power, graphics, memory, and more. How to Shop for a Game Development Laptop Unlike the old days, video game developers now like to take their work […] The post Best Laptops for Video Game Developers appeared first on Developer.com.
Follow along with today’s Photoshop tutorial to create a topographic map effect. I’ll show you how you can quickly create a detailed pattern with a combination of Photoshop Filters, then show you how the parameters of those filters can be adjusted to customise the effect. This new technique provides some really useful advantages over my […] The post Video: How To Create Topographic Map Patterns in Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
If you are looking to make your designs stand out from the crowd, these quirky and highly creative fonts are available to download for free. The post 30 Quirky & Highly Creative Free Fonts for Designers appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Great conferences are all about learning new skills and making new connections. That's why we've set up a couple of new adventures for SmashingConf 2018 -- just practical sessions, new formats, new lightning talks, evening sessions and genuine, interesting conversations -- with a dash of friendly networking! Taking place in London, San Francisco, Toronto. Tickets? Glad you asked! SmashingConf London: everything web performance. Feb 7-8. Performance matters. Next year, we're thrilled to venture to London for our brand new conference fully dedicated to everything front-end performance. Dealing with ads, third-party scripts, A/B testing, HTTP/2, debugging, JAM stack, PWA, web fonts loading, memory/CPU perf, service workers. Plus lightning community talks.The post SmashingConf 2018: Fetch Those Early-Bird Tickets! ?? ?? ?? appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Today, analytics is at the head of innovation. From fighting global pandemics to managing businesses, it drives growth and optimization everywhere. In the past, tools like Microsoft Office 365’s Excel popularized the use of data and simplified data analysis for everyone. Now, leveraging data has become essential in every field, to the point that simple […] The post Introduction to Machine Learning in Python appeared first on Developer.com.
A thorough step-by-step guide to conducting UX discovery. Learn how to craft an informed product strategy and help guide UX teams when conceptualizing and designing new digital products. The post UX Strategy: How To Research & Create One Effectively appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
Back in July 2010, I wrote an article for Smashing Magazine entitled “How To Use CSS3 Media Queries To Create A Mobile Version of Your Website.” Almost eight years on, that article still receives a lot of traffic. I thought it would be a nice idea to revisit that subject, now that we have layout methods such as Flexbox and Grid Layout. This article will take a look at the use of media queries for responsive design today, and also have a look at what is coming in the future.
In 2017, the question is not whether we should use a responsive design framework. Increasingly, we are using them. The question is which framework should we be using, and why, and whether we should use the whole framework or just parts of it. With dozens of responsive design frameworks available to download, many web developers appear to be unaware of any except for Bootstrap. Like most of web development, responsive design frameworks are not one-size-fits-all. Let's compare the latest versions of Bootstrap, Foundation and UIkit for their similarities and differences.The post Which Responsive Design Framework Is Best? Of Course, It Depends. appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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