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Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
This week, Access All Areas members are being treated to a new watercolour themed design resource courtesy of Katia from The Little Cloud. Go Floral! is a bundle of hand painted watercolour clip art, featuring 40 individual flowers and leaves, each 5-10″ big at 300dpi, along with 7 prearranged floral posies, 3 floral frames and […] The post Go Floral! Watercolor Clip Art Set for Access All Areas Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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Matthias Noback has written up an article where he suggests "being intolerant on your software development" as it relates to being stubborn about the quality/structure/etc. of your project's code. During the holiday I read a book mentioned to me by Pim Elshoff: "Skin in the game", by Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Discussing this concept of "skin in the game" with Pim had made me curious about the book. [...] Something that's controversial, yet interesting for me as a developer in a team - from Chapter 2, "The Most Intolerant Wins: The Dominance of the Stubborn Minority": "Society doesn't evolve by consensus. [...] All one needs is an asymmetric rule somewhere - and someone with soul in the game. And asymmetry is present in about everything." He relates this back to software development, pointing out that many of the important decisions about a project aren't made by committee. Rather they're made by a single source, either a individual on the team or an outside source of "truth". He makes some suggestions as to how this kind of structure can be put in place by doing more than talking and "having skin in the game" as it relates to the impact your decisions make on your software.
At some point in your design career, you’ve probably been in a meeting with a client discussing design for their website or product, and the conversation starts to turn toward... The post How to Involve Decision Makers in the Design Process appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
There are many ways to grab the audience's attention. We are spoiled with choice, even though the current state of technologies is still imperfect. We are experiencing some browser compatibility... The post Boom! Examining Explosions in Web Design appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Marketing employs a wide range of design tactics to catch customer's eyes, resonate, and leave a lasting impression. A marketer's goal is conversion and they use every means possible to make that happen. Did you know that an incredibly powerful conversion design aspect lies in the art of typography? From serif to sans serif fonts,...
This week's Designer News - No 568 - includes How Brutalist Design Is Taking Over the Internet, Screenity Chrome Extension, A Dynamically-Sized Sticky Sidebar with HTML and CSS, Web Development for Beginners - A Curriculum, Web Accessibility Guide for 2020, Coding Fonts, 5 Things I Wish I'd Known Before Starting a Design System at Spotify and a whole lot more! The post Weekly News for Designers No 568 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Interactive. Consistent. Minimal. Those are all words commonly heard when talking about website navigation. But there is another word that should be included in this list: simple. A simple navigation... The post The Beauty of Simplified Navigation appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Styling React components over the years has improved and become much easier with various techniques and strategies. In this tutorial, we're going to learn how to style React components using four major styling strategies — with examples on how to use them. In the process, I will explain the cons and pros of these styling strategies, and by the end of this tutorial, you'll know all about styling React components and how they work along with the various methods that can be used for styling these components.
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