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With a decade under its belt, we take a look at the overall impact Bootstrap has had on the web. A blessing, curse, or somewhere in-between? The post Bootstrap Turns 10: A Look at Its Impact on the Web appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
It isn’t always easy to find the right mockup for your header or feature image. Using a mockup generator can help you tweak and customize a mockup to match your needs perfectly. Mostly because high-quality stock photos and images are hard to find, and can come with hefty price tags. Even when you do find […]
A properly-crafted landing page is one of the most rewarding marketing tools a business can have. When constructed with user experience and conversions in mind, a great landing page can propel your sales to new heights. But how can you be sure your landing page design is the absolute best it can be? Tweaking and A/B split testing will always be necessary to keep your landing page fresh and performing at its best. After all, maintenance and continuous improvement are a part of any effective marketing strategy. But there are several things you can do to ensure your page is … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Save yourself time and effort by implementing these tips for taking care of the administrative side of your freelance business.
Not so long ago, web design was a brand-new industry. Because it was so new, there weren't many opportunities to get a formal education on its fundamentals. Thus, the most... The post The Ups and Downs of Being a Self-Taught Web Designer appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Adding light and dark mode to my side project was a fun journey. I especially loved how intuitive the entire process was. The prefers-color-scheme CSS property contains the user's color scheme - light or dark. We then define SASS or CSS styles for both modes, and the browser applies the style the user wants. That's it! The seamless flow from the operating system to the browser to the website is a huge win for users and developers. After tinkering with Fediverse, I decided to add light and dark modes to this website as well. I began with some internet research on how to best approach this. This GitHub thread shows the current progress of the feature. And this in-depth POC demonstrates how challenging the process can be.
Design advocacy has grown in popularity over the last decade as UX designers seek to educate non-design teams and stakeholders about the importance of user-centered solutions and user experience. Design advocates take on many forms, from UX designers to c-suite executives with firsthand experience. The goal of a design advocate is to create ripples throughout The post What is Design Advocacy? appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
As a developer, I appreciate how Angular apps are structured and the many options the Angular CLI makes available to configure them. Components provide an amazing means to structure views, facilitate code reusability, interpolation, data binding, and other business logic for views. Angular CLI supports multiple built-in CSS preprocessor options for component styling like Sass/SCSS, LESS, and Stylus. However, when it comes to templates, only two options are available: HTML and SVG.
Bad design is everywhere, while there’s still a lack of good design. Why’s that? Are there not enough experts? Are they being misdirected somehow? Is it human nature? Let’s take a closer look together. Yesterday, I wanted to take care of a straightforward task. I tried to correct the time on my microwave clock. For...
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial I’m going to take you through the process of creating this cool type-based artwork that combines wavy distortions with 3D text effects. It’s ideal for creating interesting quote art or visually interesting poster designs. We’ll begin by applying the wavy distortion to the type, then I’ll show you how you […] The post Video Tutorial: Wavy 3D Distorted Text Effect in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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