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Imagine you design a system for data researchers. Or an application for energy management. Or a dashboard for corn traders. Maybe you're designing something like that right now. In all the mentioned cases, people will expect tables. Not those fancy ones from design inspiration sites but Excel-looking monsters with hundreds of cells and complex interaction. In this case, a designer faces many challenges. For instance, matching design with existing frontend frameworks or struggling with "uncomfortable" data that smashes the layout.
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Driving customer loyalty is one of the most value-driven marketing campaigns for a business to employ. That's because a 2% increase in customer retention can lower business costs by 10%, according to Fundera. The challenge, then, is how to curate loyalty with existing customers. Begin from the start of the customer journey, and determine the...
This week's Designer News (No 502) includes a Variable Font Animation with CSS and Splitting JS , The Power of Visual in Product Design, Should we still be selling responsive web design?, The Making of an Animated Favicon, CSS Units Explained, How to Play Minecraft in Your Browser and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 502 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
With the fierce competition on the market, hiring top design talent is no easy feat. However, bringing a group of experienced, skilled people into one place is only part of success. Among others, to build a thriving product design team you must also invest in design operations (also known as DesignOps). In this article, we'll The post DesignOps - How to Improve Your Design Workflow and Operations appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
If you're looking for the best sketching brushes for Procreate, this is the article for you! These are top sketching Procreate brushes available!
Solo.io, a cloud-native enterprise solutions provider, has announced the release of Gloo Mesh Gateway, an all-new enterprise API gateway, and the latest iteration of the company's Gloo Mesh product. Solo hopes that this release will provide a unified platform for developers. Solo.io's blog post announcing the new products outlined the evolution of the company's technology in stating that:
One of the default keyboard shortcuts I really like from VS Code is the ability to move lines around. I went a long time in my career as a developer never doing this, but once I learned the commands, I use them as naturally as copy and paste. Anytime you’re on a line (or have […] The post Moving Lines/Blocks of Code with Option ⬆️ and ⬇️ appeared first on CodePen Blog.
OutSystems has launched a preview of Project Neo, a platform that combines dynamic scaling cloud architecture and modern CI/CD practices with a low-code environment. "OutSystems is breaking the boundaries of traditional software development. With Project Neo, we've architected a platform that allows any development team to build any app at internet scale," said Paulo Rosado, … continue reading The post OutSystems making it easy to scale applications with preview of Project Neo appeared first on SD Times.
When it comes to building a conversational chat assistant that could be used at a small or enterprise level, Dialogflow would most likely be one of the first options that would show up in your search list. But apart from its console that is provided to design and manage an Agent, how can we create a chat assistant that can be used within our built web applications, too?
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