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Designers can never ever have enough fonts in their toolbox, and hand-drawn fonts are the perfect choice if you want to add a little charm and personal touch to your... The post 20 Beautiful and Free Hand-Drawn Fonts appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We are all familiar with famous brands like Google, Fedex and Cisco. Their marketing executives are getting paid big bucks to ensure we are constantly exposed to their logos, brand colors and imagery. They are doing this very effectively as most of us can recall what these logos look like without having to look at them. Despite constant exposure you probably don't know the little messages and hidden meanings incorporated into those logo designs. We all know what the Adidas logo looks like but do you know what the famous three stripes symbolize. Most of the Fortune 500 companies, guided … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
So you’ve spent your days working at an agency whose primary clientele are startups, and you’ve grown accustomed to the process. You like your fresh office cookies, the medium roast... The post Shifting Focus from Startup UX to Enterprise UX appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
This week's Designer News (No 491) includes Why We Prefer CSS Custom Properties to SASS Variables, Pickr Color Tool, How !important are we?, CSS Grid Generator, Why I'm Still Using jQuery in 2019, Unusual HTML Tags Worth Knowing and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 491 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Here's a really good ol' post from way back in 2015 all about the nine states of design and how we should think all the edge cases whenever we're building interfaces. Vince Speelman writes: Modern UI teams are designing components … The post The Nine States of Design appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
We take a look at what contributed to the downturn of free high-quality themes and share some ways for the free theme market to make a comeback. The post Are High-Quality Free WordPress Themes a Thing of the Past? appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
After you have written tests which use the TestProject OpenSDK and JUnit 5, you most likely want to run them. When you run your tests, the TestProject platform generates test reports which are published on the reporting dashboard. This blog post provides an introduction to the test reports which are generated by the TestProject platform […] Related StoriesRunning TestProject OpenSDK Tests With Github ActionsSharing Code With Multiple TestProject OpenSDK TestsWriting Tests for Web Applications With TestProject OpenSDK And JUnit 5
By the end of the work day, the last thing you want to do is look at another pixel. Since 8:30am, you've been firing on all cylinders. Deadlines, meetings and requests have been swarming your desk as restlessly as your fingers against your keys. The mental expenditure you endure each day is taxing. Yet, you're […] The post Balancing Act: Freelancing While Full Time appeared first on Line25.
The tremendous thing about the design community is that we all love to share. We really do. Whether we share our thoughts and ideas via an in-depth article or by... The post 50 Free Resources for Web Designers for February 2017 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
When mobile app development came on the market, it was a game-changer. It allowed for an unprecedented level of mobile optimization that has never been seen before. With mobile apps now being one of the most popular ways to not just run your business but also promote and advertise it, many people are considering getting into mobile app development themselves. However, there are several things to think about before developing an app to ensure that you want to pursue it in the long run. When you're making mobile apps, you must have a clear idea about what mobile platform it will be on. Will it be a native app, a hybrid app, or even a progressive web app (PWA)? Then there's the dilemma of whether to use an existing mobile development provider or not. In this blog post, we'll cover these important factors that you should think about before commencing mobile development and building your app!
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