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Coca Cola, Apple, Tesla, IKEA. These four companies all operate in different industries. One is in the soft drinks industry, another in the tech, third makes electric cars and fourth sells read-to-assemble furniture. So why are we talking about these four companies in the same sentence if they are so different? Because, despite all their...
When was the last time you updated your design portfolio? (If you're like me, it's probably been a while.) Maintaining a fresh portfolio is a good way to show off your skills to potential clients and can be helpful when looking back on work for annual contest entries. If you've fallen behind with your portfolio […]
As we depend more and more on software for everyday things, the need for application developers is increasing, making this niche an awesome career. CNN... The post 5 Basic Steps Of Getting Into Application Development appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Everybody has their design pet peeves. Some of them are pretty universal. We have all cringed when opening the website of an otherwise respectable company only to find that the... The post The 5 Most Overused Design Elements You Should Retire appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
I am part of this industry since the early nineties. I have seen many tools come and go, and I know that we have always had a couple of choices to achieve the same task. Without continually improving on the toolset we would not have been able to push the web forward. But the growing trend of the last about three years is something not even die-hard tool lovers can appreciate. You know what I’m talking about? No? Look here: For a more detailed rant read this Medium post ;-) By the way, we have numerous cartoons for you here.* You might also be interested in the following articlesCartoon: If Web Designers Were Plumbers [#003]Cartoon: If Web Designers Were … [#001]Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Car Salesmen [#002]Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Prostitutes Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Pizza Boys Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Butchers… 
It’s been a while now since the Sass team has declared DartSass as the canonical Sass and has essentially deprecated all other versions of Sass. One nice thing about this is that DartSass is entirely backward compatible with any older Sass. So when we flipped over to DartSass in the Pen Editor, there were no […] The post DartSass Everywhere appeared first on CodePen Blog.
If you’re anything like me, you see design everywhere. It's not just on websites, posters, or business cards. All the same concepts you use for work also get used in other aspects of your life. So, what about the other way around? Have you ever thought about how projects around the house inspire you to […]
Is your company prepared in the event of a disaster? Although business plans are commonplace, you’d be shocked how many companies don’t have disaster-proof plans.... The post 7 Steps To Disaster-Proof Critical Business Assets appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Remember the days when hovering and clicking using the mouse were the most used trigger for interaction with site or app? Those days are gone. When Apple introduced the iPhone, multi-touch technology became mainstream and users learned that they could not only point and tap on the interface, but also pinch, spread, and swipe. Gestures are the new clicks. The rise of touch and gesture-driven devices has dramatically changed the way we think about interaction. Gestures are more than merely entertaining, they are very useful and feel familiar. Today, the success of a mobile app significantly depends on how well gestures are implemented into the user experience. Even Adobe introduced a new design and wireframing app called Experience Design CC (Adobe XD) that lets you prototype on everything from simple wireframes to multi-screen experiences.The post In-App Gestures And Mobile App User Experience appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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