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This week's Designer News (N.379) includes AI that generates Color Palettes, a Responsive Font Calculator, Free Photoshop and Sketch UI Resources, 8 CSS Gotchas, Tips for Designing Charts and more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.379) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Before consumers sat in front of mobile devices for hours every day, there were numerous browsers and operating systems web designers had to contend with. So, it's not like the concept of cross-browser testing is new. Because web browsers don't always render websites the same way or process data in the manner originally intended, cross-browser testing has long been an important part of web design and development. It's the only way to ensure that what's built behind the scenes is properly implemented on the frontend of a website.
Internet safety is a sensitive topic that is discussed now and then, but most of the time, it is neglected. Nothing will happen to me; I won’t get hacked, that only happens to others. However, it is very simple to use the internet more safely. That’s why I’ve composed a list to allow you to surf through the depths of the web a bit safer on any device. Of course, a lot of the things I mention on this list aren’t new, but that doesn’t mean they have been etched into the user’s memory already. Maybe, I can still surprise you somehow. 1 – Protect Your Devices From Unauthorized Access Your files are invaluable! Aside from you, nobody should have access to them unless you authorized it. Additionally, you should always keep the possibility of theft in mind. This mainly affects your smartphone, tablet, or notebook. Thus, these devices should always be protected with a password or a PIN. Don’t use patterns or something similar, as they are too easy to figure out. If your device is stolen and not protected properly, the thief has access to all of your information. He can look at your photos, post them on […]
The level of productivity a workplace has one of the best ways to determine if the company will be, or is, successful or not. The
What options do you have if you want the body background in a fixed position where it stays put on scroll? background-attachment: fixed in CSS, at best, does not work well in mobile browsers, and at worst is not even … The post The Fixed Background Attachment Hack appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of hosting a Smashing TV webinar with Leonie Watson on how a screen reader user accesses the web. In the talk, Leonie showed some big-name sites, such as BBC, sites nominated by Members (including my own!), Smashing Magazine itself, and the popular third-party service Typeform, because so many of us (including us at Smashing) just assume that the popular services have been checked for accessibility.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the prospect of a contentious election in the United States and lackluster financial projections worldwide were clouding business horizons. Business-to-business (B2B) marketers' strategies for 2020 are "overridden by one factor more than any other: uncertainty," says Polly Kay, senior marketing manager at English Blinds. Compounding the grim human costs of...
Turning something objectively boring into something subjectively engaging isn’t easy. When you’ve got an attractive subject or a gorgeous setting to work with, making something
PSR-14: Advanced Providers <div><p>In <a href="https://steemit.com/php/@crell/psr-14-being-a-good-provider">part 3</a> of our series we looked at some common Provider patterns for <a href="http://www.php-fig.org/psr/psr-14/">PSR-14</a>. But the flexibility and complexity of Providers is limited only by your imagination. Today we'll look at a few more interesting examples of Providers that are all equally valid but tailored to particular use cases.</p> Continue reading this post on SteemIt. Larry 1 April 2019 - 11:34am Read more about PSR-14: Advanced Providers
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