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I will go over how I put together animated short films, from story creation to composition. I will be outlining the steps and my personal experiences creating an animation short, called Needles and Thread. The post How to Create an Animated Short Film appeared first on WebFX Blog.
If you've ever worked in an agile environment, chances are you've had your share of "retrospectives" — meetings where people write what made them "glad," "mad" or "sad" onto different-colored notes, post them onto a board, arrange them in groups and — most importantly — talk about them. These meetings are straightforward, as long as everyone is in the same room. But if you're working with a locally distributed team, things can get a bit tricky. Let's address this by creating a virtual version of our board to allow team members in different locations to hold their retrospective just as if they were in the same room. The post Building A Real-Time Retrospective Board With Video Chat appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Typography plays a big role in all types of designs, from product packaging to mobile apps and more. Today we’re taking a look at the best places to find free fonts, and take your design work to a new level. But why is typography so important? Remember what happened at the Oscars 2017, when they […]
Low-code solutions have proven their value in the industry. Many companies are seeing increased time to production and lower development costs, but relying on these low-code solutions may mean sacrificing quality due to a lack of testing. "My belief is that the developer side testing, the quality assurance team type testing that is traditionally done … continue reading The post Low code cuts down on dev time, increases testing headaches appeared first on SD Times.
With so many different testing frameworks and tools on the market today, it can be a challenge to determine which is the right fit for you and your organization. Recently, there has been a great deal of talk about Cypress, the open-source end-to-end testing framework for web test automation. Andrew Knight, developer advocate at Applitools … continue reading The post The benefits of Cypress appeared first on SD Times.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVGs) became a W3C open standard in 1999 — back when the new tech hotness was the Blackberry phone, Napster first invaded college dorms, and the Y2K bug sparked fear in us all. Fast forward to our modern digital world and you'll notice that while the other tech trends have waned, SVGs are still around and thriving. This is partly due to SVGs having a small footprint for such high visual fidelity, in a world where bandwidth and performance matter more than ever — especially on mobile devices and situations/locations where data is at a premium.
Caching can be a great way to boost the performance and scalability of microservices-based applications. It has been in use in web applications for decades now to improve the performance and responsiveness of applications. Due to the distributed nature of microservices-based architectures, it is important that you devise scalability strategies to protect them and make […] The post Scaling Microservices Architecture using Caching appeared first on Developer.com.
(This is a sponsored post.) For a long time, UI animation was an afterthought for designers. Even today, many designers think of animation as something that brings delight but does not necessarily improve usability. If you share this point of view, then this article is for you. I will discuss how animation can improve the user experience of landing pages, and I'll provide the best examples of animation created using the Slides framework.
A big heaping 19-minute bowl of not-too-hot, not-too-cold baby bear porridge website building from Rich Harris. I’ve certainly overheard more than my fair share of arguments about Single Page Apps (SPAs) vs Multi-Page Apps (MPAs). Although, I will say it’s … The post Have Single-Page Apps Ruined the Web? (“Transitional Apps”) appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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