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An increasingly common question — now that people are using CSS Grid Layout in production — seems to be "What are the best practices?" The short answer to this question is to use the layout method as defined in the specification. The particular parts of the spec you choose to use, and indeed how you combine Grid with other layout methods such as Flexbox, is down to what works for the patterns you are trying to build and how you and your team want to work.
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In my latest video tutorial I covered 5 ways you can generate film grain effects in Photoshop. One of my tips was to use an actual film grain texture as an overlay, which achieves a much more authentic result than the uniformity of the built-in noise filters. I’ve been busy making a mess on my […] The post 30 Free Film Dust Textures to Add Dirty Effects to Your Work appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Trust. How often do you think about this concept when working through a design project? Probably very often if you are associated with e-commerce, but what about other types of design? Trust is a key component of user loyalty, and a reason why people come to your company or brand. While a lot of trust […]
Today marks the day we sent out our 300th edition of the Smashing Newsletter. This article is a little celebration in which we share little Smashing stories from people working behind the scenes.
Why using jQuery? Why bothering? Isn't it dead? Isn't it way too messy? Is it still being used in nowadays projects? Is it still... and so on and on...
What are the software quality KPIs that you need to know, to evaluate the quality of a software development process? How does it help us...Read More The post Software Quality KPIs: A Complete Guide appeared first on ISHIR | Software Development India.
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As we come to the end of 2018, I spoke to some of the Smashing team, to get some thoughts on what the past year has been like for Smashing Magazine. We're a small and fully remote team, communicating via Slack and Notion. Many of us only work part-time for Smashing, however, in many ways, I think that is one of our strengths. We're not just the publishers of an online magazine or conference organizers, we are people who work in the web industry.
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