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Is the next big thing in website and app design neumorphism? It's a design trend (named as a mashup of the words new and skeuomorphism) that's growing in popularity. People seem to either love it or hate it, but it's interesting enough that Cult of Mac recently pushed an article posing the question: "Is neumorphism […]
When it comes to B2B lead generation, what impacts the most? Many B2B business houses tend to spend a lot of time, pouring water into leaky buckets. Rather than fixing the bucket i.e. the marketing funnel, they pour more water i.e. traffic into the bucket to keep it to the brim. This tendency leads to...
It has been a month since we launched our first online workshop and, to be honest, we really didn't know whether people would enjoy them — or if we would enjoy running them. It was an experiment, but one we are so glad we jumped into! I spoke about the experience of taking my workshop online on a recent episode of the Smashing podcast. As a speaker, I had expected it to feel very much like I was presenting into the empty air, with no immediate feedback and expressions to work from.
I just love digging around portfolio websites for design inspiration. You can learn so much about the personality of a designer from the way a portfolio looks, and the interactions therein. A portfolio site is also a great playground because it gives you the creative freedom you can't always express with a normal client project. […]
For your business or personal needs we're sure that you are going to need to get some files from either your customers, business associates or friends. You might be needing to collect job applications, portfolio submissions, consent letters or just plain Christmas photos that your great aunt took last year. As these files start to...
The formal notion of the Agile software development method is about as old as I am (the Agile Manifesto was published in February 2001). I point this out not to make you feel old, but instead to demonstrate that Agile has had a long time to infiltrate software development. While the methodology advocates for “co-located, dedicated teams,” in its ubiquity Agile is frequently applied to teams partially or fully composed of part-time workers.
Last week, we ran our very first SmashingConf Live! event, the first in a series of online events taking us through to the end of 2020. We had an amazing two days and we hope that all of our speakers and attendees did too. In this post, I'll round up some of the key moments and feedback we've had. A Team Spread Around The World Here at Smashing, we take remote, distributed working to the extreme, and are very used to dealing with all of our different timezones.
Nobody reads an email newsletter. Just like nobody watches American Idol and I’m a Celebrity. Nonetheless, all three formats are still very much alive. This article is only about the newsletter, which many brands still consider to be one of the most robust sales channels. The Email is Far From Dead. The email is an...
CSS is an amazing tool which we constantly use but we don't seem to honor it appropriately. Whenever I see the growing browser support of the :focus-within selector, the much wanted justify-content: space-evenly for Flexbox or how great CSS Grids already work, I feel really grateful to have such awesome tools available to work with. And with advanced new media queries such as prefers-reduced-motion, screen and (color), or pointer, we get amazing tools to improve accessibility and usability of our websites. Just let the user be in control how to view your amazing design and it'll be a success for everyone.The post Web Development Reading List #188: Real-World Accessibility, Flexbox Madness, And The Ephemerality Of Things We Build appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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