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Consumers are motivated by need and desire. And sometimes, just sometimes, they're motivated by FOMO. That's right: we can now add the 'Fear Of Missing Out' to the list of drivers that get consumers onto our websites and into our apps. With that said, when we take a closer look at what FOMO really means and the negative impact it can have on consumers, is it something we really want to be encouraging as we build digital experiences for them?
How do you organize your Google Drive assets? How do you name your Dropbox Paper documents? How do you deal with comments? Let's get it right.
In today’s video tutorial I’m going to take you through a process I’ve come up with for creating a mosaic tile effect, using a mix of Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. This kind of tiled effect has been quite trendy over recent years, made popular by Nick Misani and his ‘Fauxsaics‘ series, where he would […] The post Video Tutorial: How To Create a Mosaic Text Effect appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
(This is a sponsored article.) Managing the deployment of a website used to be easy: It simply involved uploading files to the server through FTP and you were pretty much done. But those days are gone: Websites have gotten very complex, involving many tools and technologies in their stacks. Nowadays, a typical web project may require to execute build tools to compress assets and generate the deliverable files for production, upload the assets to a CDN and invalidate stale ones, execute a test suit to make sure the code has no errors (for both client and server-side code), do database migrations (and, to be on the safe side, first execute a backup of the database), instantiate the desired number of servers behind a load balancer and deploy the application to them (through an atomic deployment, so that the website is always available), download and install the dependencies, deploy serverless functions, and finally notify the team that everything is ready through Slack or by email.
Jobs have changed over the years. There are now jobs that earn people millions of dollars. The wealth distribution of the world has changed greatly
Here are some great news from GitHub: Dependency graph support is now available for PHP repositories with Composer dependencies. You may see security alerts on your repositories as dependency graph support rolls out. When thereA?AEURA(TM)s a published vulnerability on any of the Composer dependenc...
There is UI animation, and then there is good UI animation. Good animation makes you go "Wow!" — it's smooth, beautiful and, most of all, natural, not blocky, rigid or robotic. If you frequent Dribbble or UpLabs, you'll know what I am talking about. With so many amazing designers creating such beautiful animations, any developer would naturally want to recreate them in their own projects. Now, CSS does provide some presets for transition-timing-function, such as ease-in, ease-out and ease-in-out, which add some level of smoothness and realism, but they are very generic, aren't they? How boring would it be if every animation on the web followed the same three timing functions? The post Upgrading CSS Animation With Motion Curves appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
We thought we’d do something a bit different today, and feature a collection of some useful online tools and websites that we’ve recently found ourselves using more and more. We’ll be looking at a design marketplace, a wire-framing tool, a HTML conversion service, and even a few lighter pieces, including a geeky comic. A broad […]
The year 2020 drove us all to the edge, pushed us over in some moments, stretched us too thin in others. The ripples of this disruptive pandemic have been felt by businesses across multiple industry verticals. A McKinsey report suggests that the worst-hit sectors may take up to 5 years to bounce back in a...
One of the big themes of the web these days is concurrency, which leads to accomplishing tasks asynchronously. In doing so, the possibility of multiple errors can occur. Instead of providing a generic error, optimally you’d provide a wealth of error information. TheAggregateError error lets developers throw multiple errors within one single Error. Let’s see […] The post AggregateError appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
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