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Every time I have checked my email over the last two weeks, it has been full of Black Friday deals. We will get a short respite before the New Year offers start to roll in. I like a bargain as much as anyone, however, I think that plenty of sites will be covering the best offers on electronics and tech. I thought we would do something different this year at Smashing.
Back in July 2010, I wrote an article for Smashing Magazine entitled “How To Use CSS3 Media Queries To Create A Mobile Version of Your Website.” Almost eight years on, that article still receives a lot of traffic. I thought it would be a nice idea to revisit that subject, now that we have layout methods such as Flexbox and Grid Layout. This article will take a look at the use of media queries for responsive design today, and also have a look at what is coming in the future.
If you're looking for inspiration to design a unique slideshow video, these Final Cut Pro photo slideshow templates will come in handy. For this collection, we handpicked some of the best Final Cut Pro slideshow templates you can use to easily create slideshow videos without an effort. The list includes many different styles of templates […]
Adobe Creative Cloud is the industry-standard collection of design software many of us have routinely renewed every year to acquire the applications we rely on in our day to day design projects. Creative Cloud plans offer much more than just creative apps but it can be easy to miss loads of bonus features that are […] The post The Extra Features of Adobe CC You Might Not Be Aware Of appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
I recently blogged about how images are hard and it ended up being a big ol’ checklist of things that you could/should think about and implement when placing images on websites. I think it’s encouraging to see frameworks -- these … The post Frameworks Helping Image Usage appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
TrueLayer, a European open-banking platform, has announced the launch of a new Verification API that leverages machine learning in order to provide developers with onboarding services that are fast and accurate. The company claims results in seconds that are 20% more accurate than data from legacy banks.
Last month I posted a brief overview and roundup of Color Fonts, the latest development in the world of typography. Unlike traditional fonts, Color Fonts contain full colour graphics for each character, which means creative text styles can now be typed out directly in Photoshop and Illustrator, without the need for any additional effects to […] The post How To Create a Color Font in Photoshop Using Fontself appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Shopping ads are a sure attention grabber when you are browsing online. Every retailer wants its shopping ads to come up on Google, which is one of the most popular spaces online to host your products and services. The more your Shopping ads are popular, the better sales you achieve. To obtain visibility for your...
What's the most important part of a business presentation? The way you dress? Your speech? Or is it your body language? It's actually none of the above! Your presentation slides are the most important part of a business presentation. Why? Because your clients will be staring at the slides at all times and you'll be […]
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