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This week's Designer News - No 580 - includes The Never-Ending Job of Selling Design Systems, Getting The Most Out Of Git, Simple CSS Line Hover Animations for Links, Pixel Bootstrap 5 UI Kit, An Interactive Guide to CSS Transitions, Lots of Free Icon Sets and so much more! The post Weekly News for Designers No 580 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
That Podcast, with hosts Beau Simensen and Dave Marshall, has posted their latest episode - Episode #48: The One Without All the CSS Beau and Dave discuss Tailwind CSS with Adam Wathan and Jonathan Reinink. Topics mentioned include Tailwind CSS, the Bootstrap project, the Refactoring UI and an article about separation of concerns in CSS by Adam. You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly. If you enjoy the show and want to hear more, be sure to subscribe to their feed and follow them on Twitter to get updates when new shows are released.
WooCommerce B2B Marketplace Split Cart: It allows buyers to purchase products from multiple suppliers by using separate shopping carts for each at the time of checkout. It will allow buyers to add products from more than one seller to their shopping cart. While the products added to a cart by a specific seller are being [...]
The internet is indeed a wonderful thing. You can get answers to virtually any question - some may even be true. Web designers know this all too well, as we... The post Too Many Threads: A Scattered Approach to Coding appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
(This article is sponsored by Adobe.) Design systems come in all shapes and sizes, but as Sparkbox's design system survey noted, not all of them include guidelines for animation. Sure, some teams may have decided that motion wasn't something their product needed guidance on, but I suspect that in some cases motion was left out because they weren't sure what to include. In the past few years, I've talked with many teams and designers who admit they think motion is something they should address, but they just aren't sure how.
If you're looking to supercharge your design workflow this year, updating your Lightroom presets with a new, powerful collection is a good idea! Lightroom presets let you instantly fix, improve, and enhance your photos with a single click. And we've found the perfect set of presets just for you. Having the right set of Lightroom […]
Design has a large impact on content visibility — so does SEO. However, there are some key SEO concepts that experts in the field struggle to communicate clearly to designers. This can create friction and the impression that most well-designed websites are very poorly optimized for SEO. Here is an overview of what we will be covering in this article: Design mobile first for Google, Structure content for organic visibility, Focus on user intent (not keywords), Send the right signals with internal linking, A crash course on image SEO, Penalties for pop-ups, Say it like you mean it: voice search and assistants.
Professional designers and digital artists are always in the search for better and high-quality Photoshop brushes. Because let's face it, the default brush library of Photoshop is only suitable... The post 33 Remarkable Photoshop Brushes That You Must Bookmark appeared first on Onextrapixel.
Latest PECL Releases:event 2.5.0 Issue #53: Added EventConfig::setFlags() method. (There was no way to set EVENT_BASE_FLAG_* flags.) uv 0.2.3 - Fix Windows build - Fix PHP 7.4 build gRPC 1.20.0 - Added memory leak tests #17862 - Fixed segfault on accessing a closed client #18302 - Added ini settings for fork support #18539 - Fixed fork hang #18558 datadog_trace 0.20.0 ### Added - Force tracing or discarding trace via special Span tag (manual.keep and manual.drop) #409 Fixed Resource use by caching configuration values instead of processing data on every access #406 mysql_xdevapi 8.0.16 WL#9879: Prepared statement support WL#11983: Support session-connect-attributes WL#12396: Support new session reset functionality orabug #28802543: classes: Driver, ExecutionStatus, Expression, and Statement orabug #28803208: the DocResult prototype appear wrong orabug #28803039: the fields() method seems odd orabug #28805757: how exactly are set() and replace() different?
Nonprofits need patrons of all ages, sizes, locations, and giving levels in order to effect real change. However, many nonprofits are stuck using old methods of donor acquisition, such as canvassing and phone calls. While traditional methods still work, technology is giving nonprofits a greater reach. Since 2016, online giving has experienced growth of 17 percent,...
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